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Solve for x in the diagram. A. 37 B. 25 C. 14 D. 15
a=9, b=12, c=x; 9^2+12^2=c^2; 81 + 144 = c^2; 225 = c^2; c =15.
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a=9, b=12, c=x; 9^2+12^2=c^2; 81 + 144 = c^2; 225 = c^2; c =15.
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