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the 1,2,3 and 4 are the email

did you do #1?

i can say it in simple english if you like

sort of..... i think Mertsj could help alot, but you can give it a try

i need to have an example for each and a teaching example for each.

ok so i can use one of those as the lesson for 1 and i need to make an example now.

Hang on. i'm on the phone.

ok

For example, if you have a right triangle such as this one:|dw:1326916895230:dw|

tha part did not copy sorry, but thats what it says

and i cannot use pictures.

Oh no. Scratch that example. It says to find the length of a leg. I'll start over.

thats the instructions after answering the question.

|dw:1326917117864:dw|

The answer is 13. See if you can get it.

but see i cant use pictures.. so should i put the triangles in letter form?

Is that enough?

so should i use the first picture with my lesson to the person?

is that good?????

hang on

ok...

That's very good. Sorry it took so long. I was on the phone again.

Oh. except your example. You should say that the answer to that one is 8

is 8 correct?

Because 6^2+*^2 = 10^2

Yes. 8 is correct.

ok..now im trying to work on the others but i do not understand what i should do.

What are the others?

numbers 2,3 and 4.

is that part of the lesson?

yes.

Well then, how much are we supposed to assume that your friend knows?

Do we assume that she knows the trig functions and their definitions?

So you are actually trying to teach this to someone in an email?

yes. Basically. not into depth but to give them a general idea to know how to do it

So...Why doesn't he just get on this website and ask his questions?

If he has email, he has access.

its an assignment

That's what I thought but then you said otherwise. So continuing with the question...

Ok. Number 3 is similar. See if you can do it.

no. because it does not specify how many side lengths you have.????

see i dont understand. but i will try and figure it out. i hope/.