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The shoerter leg of a 30-60-90 right triangle meadsures 3 in whats the length of the hypothenus.

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  1. anonymous
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    \[a) 3\in b) 3\sqrt{3} c) 3\sqrt{3} d) 9\]

  2. anonymous
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    It's been a long time since geometry and I don't like it much but I think you can set it up as cos(30) = 3/h

  3. anonymous
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    uh lol

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    In triangle ABC, AB = 13 cm, BC = 25 cm, and AC = 17 cm. What is the smallest angle of triangle ABC? C B The smallest angle of triangle ABC can not be determined with the given information. A

  5. anonymous
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    angle c b or a. is what that meant

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    The smallest angle is angle C. A picture really helps with this one.

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    PQS is only similar to RQP. RQP is only similar to RPS. PQS is similar to both RQP and RPS. None of the triangles are similar

  9. anonymous
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    a b c or d

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    how do you kno this stuff?

  11. anonymous
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    I can't see that one. Similar triangles mean the angles are the same, but the sides may have different lengths (that are proportional).

  12. anonymous
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    you can enlarge the image by presein it

  13. anonymous
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    I know, but I can't view it at work (it won't let me)

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    oh ok

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    thanks anyhow

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    thanks anyhow

  17. anonymous
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    Sorry I'm not more help, don't do much geometry.

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