anonymous
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You are given a triangle that has sides of 66cm, 73cm, and 94cm. One of the angles is right-angled (meaning that it is possible by trial and error to calculate what each of the angles are). Inside this triangle is a square, so that three corners are in contact with the lines bounding the triangle. One of the sides or the square, which we shall now dub z, is also tangent to a circle, with a radius such that the centre of the circle lies along the side of the triangle with length 73cm. ( couldnt fit whole question)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You are also given a regular octagon, which you are told is the same area as the total are of the circle and triangle if they are taken together (i.e. the overlapping area is not counted twice), and one side of this octagon forms another side of equal length belonging to a second square. The area of this square is dubbed x.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Give the value, to three significant figures, of x.
anonymous
  • anonymous
apparently its impossible. Whos up for a challenge

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Directrix
  • Directrix
I don't know that it is impossible. A diagram is needed to figure out the relationships. Hit the blue "Draw" button and sketch the diagram, please. Thanks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Directrix, this question is just a challenge so actually donrt need help with it it's just to find out who can do it, consequently i have no idea what to draw and well you dont need to help as i said just a challenge
phi
  • phi
You are given a triangle that has sides of 66cm, 73cm, and 94cm. One of the angles is right-angled (meaning that it is possible by trial and error to calculate what each of the angles are). It is not trial and error. the longest side is the hypotenuse. Use trig to find the angles.
anonymous
  • anonymous
phi i didnt write the question just copied it down, i tried it and failed as always
phi
  • phi
However, 66^2+73^2 = 9685 ≠ 94^2 = 8836 so right off the bat we know this is not a right triangle.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh i thought i was doing something wrong seems the question is wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
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