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Which is the distance from point A to B? is it 4 or 5??? (image attached) A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/4fa6e613e4b029e9dc365861-bdboy0-1336337947067-2f40757bee97bd594a2a3d5eb8119259.gif

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  1. mareeha
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    nice pic

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  2. mareeha
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    where u from

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  3. bdboy0
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    ummmm thanks...

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  4. bdboy0
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    uhhhhh huh???

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    where u from which country

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  6. pfenn1
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    @bdboy0, you can use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve \[a ^{2}+b ^{2}=c ^{2}\]

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    @mareeha, Whaaa??? can you just inbox me.. thank you...

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    u look proper niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  9. bdboy0
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    thanks??? haha

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    @pfenn1 thanks man

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    whats ur name

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  12. mareeha
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    cuz u r soooooooo hot

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  13. mareeha
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    cant stop staring at ur pic mann

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  14. pfenn1
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    @mareeha , this is not really very appropriate for this site.

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    ummm can you please stop??? sorta weirdin me out here... ur words have nothing to do with this site or my problem... thank you ...

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    @pfenn1,thanks

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    @bdboy0, I reported mareeha for inappropriate behavior.

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    you are welcome.

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  19. bdboy0
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    so how do i do this again??? sorry

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  20. xXKraziiXx
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    a^2+b^2=c^2 a=3 b=4 9+16=c^2 9+16=25 5

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    got it?

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  22. bdboy0
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    OOOHHHHH!!! ok.... haha thanks

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  23. xXKraziiXx
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    answer this:(just making sure ;) A right triangle has a side length that measures 4 m and a hypotenuse that measures 8.5 m. What is the measure of the other side of the triangle? (1 point) 7.5 m 8.1 m 9.4 m 9.8 m

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  24. bdboy0
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    A i think idk

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  25. bdboy0
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    lemme see if i can figure it out

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  26. xXKraziiXx
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    yepp u got it right ;)

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    @mareeha Your behavior here is inappropriate for the site. Make sure you review our code of conduct: http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct and please follow it. Flirting/"hitting on people" is against the code. Thanks.

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