anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is (triangle)TMR ~ (triangle)THM ~ (triangle)MHR? Find x, y, and h.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
and here is the hint:
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Split both triangle apart leaving all the variable how they are and use Pythagorean theorem to try to solve for the unknown sides You will see that you don't have all the information needed to solve but you can see from the picture that two sides from both triangles are the same so you will have to substitute each each one to another to solve for the sides.

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