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please help

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  1. anonymous
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    click the photo

  3. anonymous
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    find the missing lengths

  4. anonymous
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    y=13 x=13*(2^0.5)

  5. anonymous
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    as a matter of fact : y=13*tan(45) 13=x*cos(45)=x/\[\sqrt{2}\]

  6. anonymous
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    wait so what do x and y =

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    beacause 2 angels of triangle (45 degree) are equale so the corresponding lenghes are equal so y=13 ;then x^2=y^2+13^2=2*(13^2) then x=13*sqrt{2}

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    got it?

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    yes im going to post another please help

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    sure!

  11. anonymous
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    x and y = 13 since they have the same angle

  12. anonymous
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    the missing letters are g, o, l, and e

  13. anonymous
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    g o l e?

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    never mind....

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    hmm, starica, you work so hard and only have 18 fans :(, lets see if we can do anything about it...

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    HELP

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    lol, there's nothing to do about it. I just like helping out with math problems, I don't care abt how many fans I have andy :)

  18. anonymous
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    \[B = 12 \sqrt{3}\] you get that by taking sin60 = B/24

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    A=24*cos(60)=24*0.5=12 B=24*cos(30)=12*sqrt{3}

  20. anonymous
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    sin(60) = sqrt(3)/2, simplify and you'll get 12 sqrt(3) ^_^

  21. anonymous
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    exactly like what ijadi did alina ^_^, did you understand it?

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