# geometry

posted by Bee

Point B is midpoint of Lince AC.
Given:
AB=2x-1
BC=4x+2
AC=25
Find:
AB and BC

1. Kyle

AB + BC = AC
(2x-1)+(4x+2)=25
x=4
AB = 2(4)-1 = 7
BC = 4(4)+2 = 18

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