Geometry
posted by Richie .
If RS = 3x + 1, ST = 2x  2, And RT = 64. What is the value of x.

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drwls
3x + 1 + 2x  2 = 64
5x 1 = 64 (the combined length of both line segments)
5x = 65
x = 13
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