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anonymous
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|dw:1439572479593:dw| find the value of X
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question?
anonymous
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look at the drawing
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anonymous
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as always with trigionometry it is about the relationship of sides to angles, the figure does not help in knowing the question, I can calculate the relationship of any side to any other side
Vocaloid
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another height/base = height/base problem x/6 = 5/(6+6)
anonymous
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well its given tht ab=6 bd=6 de=5 and bc=x
anonymous
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thank u @Vocaloid for making it much more simpler
anonymous
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I see vocalid's solution: it basically compares two triangles
anonymous
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I would agree with @vocalid
anonymous
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so for the next one |dw:1439573174327:dw|
anonymous
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it would be |dw:1439573345559:dw|
anonymous
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soo it would be 1/2=x(2+1) @vocaloid
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Vocaloid
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yes, 1/2 = x/(2+1)

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