Points B and D are points of tangency. Find the value of x. 12210204011.jpg

Points B and D are points of tangency. Find the value of x. 12210204011.jpg

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asked 2021-03-09
Points B and D are points of tangency. Find the value of x.
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2021-03-10
AB=AD
3x+10=7x-6
3x=7x-16
-4x=-16
x=4
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