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The lawn in front of Kermit Middle School is in the shape of a rectangle 30 yd. long and 16 yd wide. How much shorter is your walk if you walk diagonally across the lawn rather than along two sides of it? ... Please show work :]

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  1. anonymous
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    ... I'm not gonna do you're homework for you. You have the formula, do it yourself or yo're never gonna learn. After doing at least 3 of the exact same problem, I'm sure you can figure this out.

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Sorry your* not you're

  3. anonymous
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    Oh wow i was absent yesterday and i just need a little help im going to ask my teacher how to do it tomorrow...so shut up u jerk

  4. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Well seeing as you're asking the same question with different numbers I would assume you'd figure it out by then a^2+b^2=c^s basically if means height^2+base^2=hypotenuse^2 If you're not gonna learn I'm not giving you more answers.

  5. anonymous
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    You know what ...your an idiot..i am in a algebra class and im only in 7 th grade..so its a little harder for me..im not a baby you retriceole

  6. anonymous
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    It's only a formula. How hard is it to plug in numbers?

  7. anonymous
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    Hard for me...thats why im on his freaking website..smartass

  8. anonymous
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    this*

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