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zaraxx

  • one year ago

will fan/medal. EC bisects <BED, m<AEB=11x-12 and m<CED=4x+1. Find m<AEC. im not sure how to solve this type of problem, or what time of problem this is called so i can't look it up to learn it. any help is much appreciated thank u!!!!!!

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  1. zaraxx
    • one year ago
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    can some1 pls help? this is literally the last question im on lol

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Did you figure out the answer? I'm on the same one.

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