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how about some geometry help here for a probability question

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i dont think we are sophisticated enough to help THE satellite73 :S
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|dw:1337741712065:dw| ratio of shaded region to total

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are they parallel?
impossible
i believe the parallel line bisects the height
well it's definitely not \(\frac{1}{4}\) :/
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yeah like that
ok, then it is half of 1/3 times 2
1/3
small to big is 1:2; since it's perp bisector, that's another 1:2. since small to big is 1:2, we have big/total, or 2/3, and since that's cut in half, 1/3
thank you!
ok, I hope I made sense.
i just thought that it's half an area of trapezoid so the ratio might be \(\frac{b_1 + b_2}{2}\) lol
that probably works too.
oh wait...my ratio should be \(\frac{b_1 + b_2}{2b}\) lol my ratio makes no sense

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