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meilendurcer

  • one year ago

If m<EBF = 7y-3 and m<FBC = 3y+3, find y so that EBperpendicularBC. I got y=1.5

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  1. yolomcswagginsggg
    • one year ago
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    If m= 7y-3 and m= 3y+3 Your input has more than one equals sign. Do you want to solve a system of equations? (Learn how.) Error: Cannot parse if m ---------^ Please check your input and try again. You can visit the examples page to see what the calculator currently supports.

  2. meilendurcer
    • one year ago
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    @yolomcswagginsggg @satellite73 please help

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