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computergeek123

  • 3 years ago

PLEASE HELP ME! :)

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  1. computergeek123
    • 3 years ago
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  2. Studybug123
    • 3 years ago
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    The first thing you can do is divided 6 by 2 and get 3. Since you drew a line in the middle to create 2 right triangles. |dw:1343416795252:dw|

  3. Studybug123
    • 3 years ago
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    Can you figure out the rest from here using the formula a^2+b^2=c^2??

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    pythagorean theorem

  5. Studybug123
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    so what is 3^2+4^2?

  6. computergeek123
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    144

  7. Studybug123
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    How did you get that? I got a different answer.. 3x3+4x4=

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    nvm you're right.

  9. Studybug123
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    wait..

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    3x3+4x4=25, but you did 3x3x4x4=144.. See the difference?

  11. computergeek123
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    ok

  12. Studybug123
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    so anyways, it's 25. \[\sqrt{25}=5\]

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    so now you know one side, so you should know the other side

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    |dw:1343417102069:dw|

  15. computergeek123
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    answer 16 units?

  16. Studybug123
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    can you add up all the sides?

  17. Studybug123
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    yes

  18. Studybug123
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    I believe it's 16 units :)

  19. Studybug123
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    Hope it helped :)

  20. computergeek123
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    Thank you

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    You're welcome :)

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