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A suitcase measures 20 in. long and 15 in. high. What is the diagonal length of the suitcase? A)25 B)62 C)12.8 D)29

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  1. goformit100
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    |dw:1339824544160:dw|

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  2. Senior012
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    WHATS THAT ?

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  3. Senior012
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    CAN YOU SHOW ME THE FORMULA ?

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  4. King
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    |dw:1339824727133:dw| first find this line then find the other one...

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  5. Senior012
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    THATS NOT HELPING ME. IDK WHAT THAT IS. I NEED THE FORMULA FOR WHAT YOUR TYRING TO EXPLAIN.

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  6. King
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    its pythagoras theorem

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  7. Senior012
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    WHATS THE THEOREM ?

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  8. King
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    'The sum of the squares of two sides is equal to the square of the third side.' a^2+b^2=c^2 where a,b<c

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  9. UnkleRhaukus
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    when you have a right angled triangle and c is the hypotenuse \[a^2+b^2=c^2\]|dw:1339825048171:dw| hence\[10^2+15^2=d^2\]

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  10. Senior012
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    OK WELL I DID (10 SQ + 15 SQ = D SQ) & GOT 325 WHICH IS NOT AN OPTION I HAVE . NOTHING IS MAKING SENSE TO ME ):

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  11. goformit100
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    @seashell

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    wat

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  13. goformit100
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    IS THIS CORRECT

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  14. King
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    its not 10^2+15^2 do 15^2+20^2 then root it..then do that squared +20^2 and root it fr answer....

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    |dw:1339825763507:dw|

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    oh sry just do 15^2+20^2 and root fr answer its sqrt(225+400) sqrt(625) 25

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  17. UnkleRhaukus
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    that diagram is incorrect read the question again

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  18. goformit100
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    WHICH ONE IS INCORRECT

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  19. UnkleRhaukus
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    the 3d diagrams

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  20. goformit100
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    WHOSE MINE OR HIS

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  21. King
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    @UnkleRhaukus ure diagram is rite but instead of sayin 15^2+20^2 u said 10^2+15^2

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    both of ours

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  23. UnkleRhaukus
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    ok i made a typo there \[15^2+20^2=d^2\]

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    @UNCLE IS CORRECT

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    SO I DO 15(15)+20(20) ?

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  26. UnkleRhaukus
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    yes, and then take the square root to find d

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  27. goformit100
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    thanks @UnkleRhaukus

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  28. Senior012
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    THE SQUARE ROOT OF MY ANSWER ?

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  29. King
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    yeah the square root of the sum of 15^2+20^2

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  30. Senior012
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    IS MY FINAL ANSWER 25? (:

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  31. King
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    got it? @Senior012

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  32. UnkleRhaukus
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    YES!

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  33. King
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    yeah!!super!!:D

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  34. Senior012
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    THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERYONE (: !!

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