anonymous
  • anonymous
In △JKL, what is the length of lineJL?
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anonymous
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anonymous
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if someone gives me a formula I can try and solve it, or I could share the multiple choices.
anonymous
  • anonymous
get to know this special triangle and its properties.. this is a 30-60-90 triangle. propertyies: -the side opposite the smallest angle is always half of the hypotenuse. -the other side is (sqrt3)/2*the shoretest side. that being said, can you figure it out?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Is there a postulate for what you just said? if not then im probably just going get lost in this. I missed out on half of a geometry year sadly.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"-the side opposite the smallest angle is always half of the hypotenuse."*
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, your smallest side is the 57 right? then JL (the hypotenuse) is twice that big.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhh okay, so the Hyp. is 104?
anonymous
  • anonymous
114
anonymous
  • anonymous
careful
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops 114* thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
np
anonymous
  • anonymous
you actually just helped me out with the whole class. ive needed to know that for so long now. I owe you for passing Geo haha
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Does the same rule apply to this problem? A ladder leans against a house at a 60° angle to the ground. If the ladder extends to a length of 132 inches, what is the height of the house to the nearest hundredth of an inch? (putting a pic in a sec)
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anonymous
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yes. in fact, in your higher math classes like trig. you'll get familiar with this triangle a lot. it's not too early to learn it though...
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks!

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