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Given the triangle and equation below, what is the value of x? Right triangle ABC with AC measuring 7 and BC measuring 6. sec?C - cot?A = 3x
what is the value of x? Right triangle ABC with AC measuring 7 and BC measuring 6. sec?C - cot?A = 3x . x=1
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