# Geometry...HELP

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In rectangle KLMN, KM = 6x + 16, and LN = 49. Find the value of x.

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In a rectangle diagonals are equal
Set the two equal to each other and solve

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thanks. :) I got 49. is that right?

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6x+16=49
6x=49-16=33
X=33/6=5.5

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got it. thanks! :)

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