Diarmere B.

asked • 05/31/18

An isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length. The length of the third side is 5 ft less than twice the length of one of the equal sides. Find the length

I dont understand please help me out

Nathan B.

I feel like the question is missing some information. As it currently stands, all we have is:
y = 2x - 5, where x is the length of the two equal sides and y is the third side.
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Diarmere B.

Find the length of each side when the perimeter is 31 ft. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) heres the rest of it
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05/31/18

Mark M.

Or
perimeter is 4x - 5.
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Nathan B. answered • 05/31/18

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