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ill try:)

thank you soo much!! i really need someones help! :)

ok so.. the formula of the area of an equilateral area is

http://www.mathwords.com/a/a_assets/area%20equilateral%20triangle%20formula.gif

but how do i get s? if i have to divide it? Im so confused.

:/ tryna help but i really dont know:/ im soo sorry

no look at one of those triangles inside the equilateral
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Write h in terms of s

Use the Pythagorean thm to do so

now not no*

so 18 square root of 3 using pythagorean thm we get the S?

I want you to write h in terms of s
Use the Pythagorean thm

lol:) how sweet!

Look at the triangle I drew

And use the Pythagorean thm to write h in terms of s

a^2 + b^2 = C^2
so H will eaqul 54?

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\[(h)^2+(\frac{s}{2})^2=s^2\]

Solve for h

is H equal 13.5

Solve what I have up there for h please
\[h^2+\frac{s^2}{4}=s^2\]
this right here
can you do that?

im really sorry Im trying to understand it, but i get confused. Im trying my best. Sorry :/

@myininaya will H equal 4?

\[\text{ subtract } \frac{s^2}{4} \text{ on both sides of } h^2+\frac{s^2}{4}=s^2\]

I wrote h in terms of s