anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok and the question is...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1:If oyu know two lengths of a right triangle how do you find the third. 2:Can i find two missing side lengths of a right triangle if i only knew 1 length and one angle, 3:Can i find two missing angles if i knew some of the side lengths of a right triangle. 4:what makes a triangle a special right triangle?how can it being special help me find side lengths?
anonymous
  • anonymous
For (1) do you know the pythagorean theorem?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yep
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about the others!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, you can using trignometric ratios.
anonymous
  • anonymous
that is for (2).
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you give examples for each??
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
In the above case: sin (30) = BC/AC. So, you can find AC = BC/sin(30). Similarly, tan(30) = BC/AB. So, you can find AB = BC/tan(30)
anonymous
  • anonymous
(3) you can find two missing angles if you know two sides. Same logic as above applies.
anonymous
  • anonymous
(4) I don't know what special it is referring to, but an isosceles right triangle that has 45 degree angles for the two other angles is a special case.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you write it as i in omplete sentences as if i were going to turn it in?: and give an example without a picture.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, I can't do that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
omg...really?????
anonymous
  • anonymous
we're here to help, not do your homework for you
anonymous
  • anonymous
I need help is the problem!... i dont know any examples..but its ok...i will just fail and go nowhere in life because nobody wants to help me with something i dont understand..
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you know one length and one angle, and have a calculator, you can find the other length using the trigonometric ratios
anonymous
  • anonymous
satellite, can you please help me figure out examples for each? please just please..nobody will
anonymous
  • anonymous
I tried before... with #1. If two sides of a right triangle are 3 and 4 how do you figure out the 3rd side, assuming it's the hypotenuse?
anonymous
  • anonymous
an example where you know one length and one angle? name a length and an angle and we can do it
anonymous
  • anonymous
which number are you on? can we please start on number 1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
what ktklown said for first one, use pythagoras. for second one, it says Can i find two missing side lengths of a right triangle if i only knew 1 length and one angle,
anonymous
  • anonymous
I gave you an example for #1 yourmom, do you want to work out that examploe?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so i am assuming that you know one leg and one angle. name them and we can solve the problem. just make something up
anonymous
  • anonymous
can we just all figure out 1 then move forward. yes can we do 1 ktklown
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK for #1, two sides are 3 and 4 how do you figure out the 3rd?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i will be quiet for #1
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks. now ktklown, can we work out 1>
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK yes. You said you know the pythagorean theorem. What does it say?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the PT..3^2+4^2=C^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK so how do you solve for C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
add 9 and 16, then take sqrt of the answer being 25, then sqrt of 25 is 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, you got it. that's an example of how to do #1
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so now to number 2 please.
anonymous
  • anonymous
number 2 now???? sattelite
anonymous
  • anonymous
hi i was wondering if u could help me because im on this assessment now and have no clue what to do

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