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did you draw that?
Copied it hest i could
|dw:1351043712467:dw| Tell me if this is right.
Is MK=a^2 =36?
you need to present your question better next time so we can actually see what is going on :0
i think so, wats
but i think i need to find b,im not sure
all thats on my paper is the drawing
you don't know what you need to find? maybe you need to take better notes too ;)
it is not listed
th ere are many problems, youve to find different things
but since c and a are given
also, i keep getting NaN
is the square with side length m, an actual square or is it a rectangle?
okay, so what do we know about the area of a square?
is m given as a midpoint?
hahah, there is no way for me to say.
um, The area of a square can be found by multiplying the base times itself. This is similar to the area of a rectangle but the base is the same length as the height.
I'm having a hard time making out this drawing, maybe someone else can provide some insight.
Saifoo is unavailable.
I am thinking he needed to extend the square to M , then he has a 3:4:5 relationship. Otherwise other assumptions need to be made.
okay then saifoo
Is that question in a book? Or the teacher drew it?
I think we have to assume alot of things with this drawing :)
watsgood,thats wha t was on my paper
I think even the drawing is assumed.
teacher drew ir
Why not take a photo and post it here?
ok, i will
I can't wait.
ok it is uploaded to my photobucket
@saifoo.khan it is posted on photobucket
I was WAY off!
I think we have to find b.
how? i keep trying on a calculator yet kee getting NaN
just as I stated a 3;4:5 triangle.
You don't need a calculator. you need to understand the relationship.
@helpmeplz311 , @watsgood is helping!
a^2=36, what is a?
Lol. What's the point of being sorry?!
k then not sorry
now let's find the hypotenuse.
that is given,no? c=10?
yes, its parallel. Now you know the pythagorean theorem.
o so b is 4?
a^2 +b^2= c^2 it's doubled actually.
sq root of each.
36 + b^2= 100
? why 100?
10^2 = 10*10 = 100
and b would be?
100-36= 64= b^2 take the square root of 64, b=8
oh. would u b so kind as to check the others? i did them
ill post to photobucket really quick
sorry , I got knock off.