# Geometry

Suppose J is between H and K. Use the Segment Addition Postulate to solve or x. Then find the length of each segment.

HJ= 2x+1/3
JK= 5x+2/3
KH= 12x-4

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1. kH=JK+HJ
12x-4=5x+2/3 +2x+1/3
12x-4=7x+1
solve for x. Then, go back and substitute this in the original expressions to find HJ,JK,KH

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