anonymous
  • anonymous
If the area of hall X is 49 square meters and the area of hall Z is 576 square meters, what is the area of hall Y? .
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is there and given relationshipe between X Y and Z
anonymous
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anonymous
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well then since they are all squares, we see that X has sides of 7 and Z has sides of 24. so then we can simply say that the inner triangle has these lenths as sides. from there we use pythag theorem to say that side Y is just the square root of 7^2 + 24^2. this comes to sqrt(600). then we square that to get the area, which comes to 600

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@chemENGINEER 600 isn't an option... A. 289 square meters B. 527 square meters C. 325 square meters D. 625 square meters

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