anonymous
  • anonymous
To avoid a large, shallow reef, a ship set a course from point A and traveled 23 miles east to point B. The ship then turned and traveled 33 miles south to point C. If the ship could have traveled in a straight line from point A to point C, about how many miles could it have saved? How to solve this? Thank you.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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experimentX
  • experimentX
sqrt(23^2+33^2) = 40.2244 ... use pythagora theorem

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