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  1. anonymous
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    You have a worksheet of over 12 problems. Ask a specific question about a specific problem

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    need help with all of them dont understand how to do it

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    No one is going to do 12 problems at once for you. Start at question one and state what you don't understand

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    ok it say find the missing side lenght and leave the as radical in simplest form for number one but i cant figure it out what are the step to get the other twoo answer for number 1

  5. anonymous
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    Do you know trig?

  6. anonymous
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    no

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    then your a** is in trouble

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    that those problems require trig... I think... maybe basic geometry.

  9. anonymous
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    Nvm those are basic geometry.. just know your 30/60/90 triangles and your 45 triangles and you are golden.

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    Let me get MSPaint.

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    ok

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    You need to know some basics like sin 60 degrees=x/6 What are you taking? what class or what test?

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    y/x = 1/2 z/x = sqrt(3)/2

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    Use this for every problem and you should be fine.

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