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im a junior at francis lewis high school i need help with geometry

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  1. anonymous
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    in the diagram below PQRS is a trapezoid with ST perpindicular to PQ. TU is the median if SR=x PQ =x +10 and TU =17 what is the value of x?

  2. anonymous
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    helpp

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    it is very difficult, to explain concept about geometry...... you are welcome to talk to me on skype ,if u want so, nothing to pay..... sudhanshu_kmr

  4. anonymous
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    median = ((x+10)+x)/2=17

  5. anonymous
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    then x = 12 right?? tell me if its wrong

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    how did u get that formula and how do u know where to plug in everything?

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    PQ is parallel to RS right?

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    yes

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    then median=TU=(PQ+RS)/2

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    what is this formula i was never taught this

  11. anonymous
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    i also know it on google image= search trapezoid median xD

  12. anonymous
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    woah i see and yes it was 12

  13. anonymous
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    okay... study smart :) are you muslim?

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    yupe name kinda gives it away doesnt it? lol

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    i just want confirmation :) assalamualaikum... farewell

  16. anonymous
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    waiiitt one more question

  17. anonymous
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    if SR=4 and PQ=12 WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF TU?

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    SR and PQ parallel?

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    yes

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    TU= median?

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    yes

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    then median =8

  23. anonymous
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    how do u find it?

  24. anonymous
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    is my answer correct?

  25. anonymous
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    yes

  26. anonymous
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    the same formula im using that is (sum of the parallel side)/2 = (PQ+RS)/2=(12+4)/2= median median = 16/2= 8

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    ohh i seee your a great help man thanks

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    Wallahualam.. Farewell

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    asalamwalikum take care

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