10th grade

posted by Sammy

3 points on a line Q,P,R (In order)
if QP =2x
and QR =2x+1
and PR =21
Solve for x

  1. PsyDAG

    QP + PR = QR

    2x + 21 = 2x + 1

    However, this doesn't make sense, since subtracting 2x from both sides gives you 21 = 1. Do you have typos?

  2. PsyDAG

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  3. DAD

    reply to PSYDAG
    Typos
    I was told no
    but I think yes

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