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use \[a ^{2} +b ^{2} =c ^{2}\]
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Pythagorean theorem:)
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c=14500 a= 4100 find b
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\[14500^{2}  4100^{2} =b ^{2}\]
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calculate the left side and take the root
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193440000 = b^2 b= .....?
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square root of both sides.
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check that, it's not the square root of 193440000
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@WhiteDragon not possible
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can you close this question now @emily9102 ?
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but i dont have the answer yet
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13908.27092 is that not correct?
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ok it said round to nearest 10th . is that 13908.3?
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Thank you everyone :*
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