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What kind of triangle is shown? right isosceles scalene equilateral

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  1. dariyana
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  2. Trexy
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    i think is Scalene.. Here is the sites It might help you: http://www.mathsisfun.com/triangle.html

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    The distance between two points can be calculated like so: \[Distance = \sqrt{(dx)^{2} + (dy)^{2}}\] dx = the DIFFERENCE between X in the two points. This can be written as: \[|x _{1}-x_{2}|\] Since you'll be squaring the value, you can just ignore the signs and use this equation: \[Distance = \sqrt{(x _{1}-x_{2})^{2} + (y _{1}-y_{2})^{2}}\] Do that for each side of the equation.

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    do any one disagree with @Trexy

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    Trexy is right.. is this from flvs?

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    lol yeah

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    The math says that's not the answer.

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    Its prob isosceles?

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  9. Wired
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    Or you could do the math. It would only take a couple of minutes.

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  10. Trexy
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    hahha... dont give me wrong cuz Im not sure if that the right answer so yeah.. @dariyana just ask @Wired ?

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    lol ok

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    \[\sqrt{(x_{1}-x_{2})^{2}+(y_{1}-y_{2})^{2}}\] Start with (-10,8) and (-10,3). \[\sqrt{(-10-(-10))^{2}+(8-3)^{2}}\]

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    its really freaks me out everytime i look at your picture icon @Wired ..its looks like your the strict person here lol.. hahah

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    LOL I know, but those aren't eyebrows!

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