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i need a one on one person to help me with a few more of my math problems...pleaseeeeeeeeeeee

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    someone please help meee...ugh

  3. anonymous
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    For better help, just put one question per post. Your first one has two questions. Which one of the first page are you working on?

  4. anonymous
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    YES

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    21

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    u take karate?

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    #21 of first page is what is called similar triangles. The ratio of the leg of one triangle corresponds to the partner leg on the other. So you can set up an equation and solve for x.\[(2x-1)/(6x+14)=7/14\]

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    Ha, ha. But I do a little tai chi for fun.

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    sorry i was reading your profile...i take takwonjitsu

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    can u help me with the rest if u can

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    Well, you have to understand what is going on. Did #21 make sense?

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    well kind of? can u show me how u got that answer?

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    The triangles are similar, that is a word that has a real mathematical meaning. In the info they said they are similar. So one triangle is exactly like the other only bigger, so the corresponding legs are alike. So maybe right down the equation I wrote up there and then look at the triangles and see where the info comes from.

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    ok

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