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# In the figure above, AB = BC. If x = 60, then AC =

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In the figure above, AB = BC. If x = 60, then AC =

(A) 3
(B) 6
(C) 3√2
(D) 3√3
(E) 6√3

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05 Sep 2017, 23:46
Given: In the figure above
AB = BC => isosceles triangle and angle C = angle A = x
If x = 60 => angle C = angle A = 60
=> angle B = 60 => its an equilateral triangle ( all angles = 60)

=> AB=BC=AC
AC= 6

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