   Chapter 4.2, Problem 35E Elementary Geometry For College St...

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Section Elementary Geometry For College St...

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ISBN: 9781337614085
Textbook Problem

For Exercises 32 to 35, consider kite A B C D with A B ¯ ≅ A D ¯ and B C ¯ ≅ D C ¯ . For kite A B C D , A B = x 6 + 5 , A D = x 3 + 3 , and B C = x - 2 . Find the perimeter of A B C D .

To determine

To find:

The perimeter of ABCD.

Explanation

Given,

The kite ABCD with

BC¯DC¯,

AB=x6+5,

BC=x-2

In the given kite, we have

Thus,

x6+5=x3+3

Add -x3 on both sides,

x6+5+-x3=x3+3+-x3

x6+-x3+5=x3+-x3+3

x6+-x3+5=3

x6+-x3

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