Geometry

Find AX in the diagram if CX bisects angle ACB.

And then there's a diagram below with triangle ABC, where X is on line C, BC=45, AC=21, and BX=30.

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asked by Henry
  1. take a look at the Angle Bisector Theorem

    AX/BX = CA/CB

    posted by Steve

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