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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

Find x and y

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  2. anonymous
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    This one is just pythagorean theorem.

  3. anonymous
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    ok i can do it

  4. anonymous
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    i can't do it

  5. immanuelv
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    to find the "Y" you need to do Pythagorean theorem.... so it is \[4^{2} + 8^{2}\]= 80... then you do \[\sqrt{80}\] that will give you the "Y"

  6. anonymous
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    i got 8.9442

  7. immanuelv
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    that is the Y!

  8. immanuelv
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    to find the "X" you do: \[8^{2}-7^{2}\] =15 then you do \[\sqrt{15}\] that will give you the X!

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    did that help?

  10. anonymous
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    yea and veryhelpful thank

  11. immanuelv
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    what math r u taking?

  12. anonymous
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    geometry

  13. immanuelv
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    hmm...... gud luk!

  14. immanuelv
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    do you have any more question?

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