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posted by Victoria .
The lengths of the sides of quadrilateral PQRS are PQ=x^2, QR=20x, RS=x^24, PS=14x. Find a value of x that will make PQRS a kite (two pairs of congruent consecutive sides).

which two points are the endpoints of the short arm, and which two the endpoints of the long arm?
set short/long sides equal and solve for x. What do you get? 
The points of PQRS go around clockwise. So x=4?

that doesn't answer my question. Where is P?
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