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In Exercises 29 to 32, suppose that B C ¯ is the base of isosceles Δ A B C (not shown).

Find x if the perimeter of Δ A B C is 40 , A B = x and B C = x + 4 .

To determine

To find:

The value of x.

Explanation

Procedure used:

(1) Perimeter of a triangle is the sum of the lengths of all three sides.

(2) Two legs of isosceles triangles have equal length.

Given:

BC¯ is the base of isosceles ΔABC, perimeter P=40, AB=x and BC=x+4.

Calculation:

BC¯ is the base of isosceles ΔABC, perimeter P=40, AB=x and BC=x+4.

Two legs of ΔABC are AB and AC

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