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nanaheads

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PLEASE HELP WITH HW!

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  1. nanaheads
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  3. KE8717504
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    Do you know the formula for a triangle?

  4. nanaheads
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    30-60-90?

  5. KE8717504
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    Area=1/2 X B X H

  6. nanaheads
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    so is it: .5 x 12 x 5?

  7. KE8717504
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    yes.

  8. nanaheads
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    and for the second problem?

  9. KE8717504
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    That is a rectangular. So u will use the formula for that

  10. nanaheads
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    what formula?

  11. KE8717504
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    A=L*W

  12. nanaheads
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    Idk how to do that one..

  13. nanaheads
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    and btw, .5 x 12 x 5 is 30. that's not an option..

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    @KE8717504 ?

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    @sabeelio do you know how to do this?

  16. sabeelio
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    okay so you must use pythagoren theorem since this is a right triangle which is a^2 + b^2 = c^2

  17. sabeelio
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    a and b are the legs and c is the hypotenus so plug in your values into the equationa nd you'll ge tyour answer

  18. sabeelio
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    the same theorom should help with your answer for number 2

  19. sabeelio
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    so what do you think your equation would be?

  20. nanaheads
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    im confused..

  21. nanaheads
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    are you saying it'd be: 12^2+ 6^2 = c^2?

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    @sabeelio

  23. sabeelio
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    yes exactly then just solve for c and that is your asnwer

  24. sabeelio
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    so uoy have 144 +25 = 169 and the square root of 169 is 13 so that is your answer

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    now if you apply that to the 2nd question and find the value of c you can get the right answer there as well, it is a rectangle so it is 16 on top and bopttom and 12 on left and right and split into 2 triangleks, so you just find the hypotenus (c) of one of the triangles and you will get your answer

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    @sabeelio I don't understand what you are saying?

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