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  1. janessia
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  2. janessia
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    do i just do the pythagorean therom?

  3. ChmE
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    use the Pythagorean theorem. \[a ^{2}+b ^{2}=c ^{2}\]Where a and b are the sides that make up the right angle, and c is the longest side.

  4. janessia
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    i got 676 when i did the pythag theorem

  5. ChmE
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    So.. \[10^{2}+24^{2}=c ^{2}\]

  6. etemplin
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    you forgot to take the square root of that.

  7. janessia
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    yea i got 676 is that right?

  8. janessia
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    oh ohk thanks @etemplin

  9. janessia
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    its 26!?

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    @etemplin

  11. ChmE
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    yes

  12. etemplin
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    yes

  13. janessia
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    thanks you guys!

  14. ChmE
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    \[676=c^{2} \rightarrow \sqrt{676}=\sqrt{c ^{2}}=c\]

  15. ChmE
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    yup

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