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Look at the graph, what is length of KL ??

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    What graph???

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    oh :P srry im not sure how to do these

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    |dw:1344875217286:dw| hint : use pythagorean theorem

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    oh thats simple i didnt think to look at it like that

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    a2+b2=c2

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    yea, a^2 + b^2 = c^2 with c is the length of KL

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    yup its a2+b2=c2 8^2+15^2=c2 64+225=c2

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    then

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    64+225

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    c = squareroot (64+225)

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    289=c2

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    then do squareroot

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    c2=289 c=17

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    case closed, hehe... ^^

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    :P

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    Thanks You Guys ^_^

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    np

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    I dont get out yall got 15 and 8 though "/

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