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Please show the work you did when getting your answer please! Thank you.

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shearerc96

4x + 18 = 10x Subtract 4x from both sides 18 = 6x Divide by the coefficient to get X by itself. 3 = x Each of the square's sides = 3.

Sexton322

Since you know the sides are equal you can make an equation setting them equal to each other: 4x+18=10x Now we solve. We want all the ones with x values on one side so we move the 4x to the right side by subtracting 4x from both sides. 18-4x+4x=10x-4x 18=6x Now, we can divide both sides by 6 to get the value of x 18/6=6x/6 3=x I hope that helps.

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