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HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP a 12'' pizza is cut diagonally from left to right and then diagonally from right to left. then it is cut in half vertically and horizontally. What are the lengths of each triangular piece. HELPPPPPP @gaara438125

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|dw:1352320518452:dw|is thsis what the picture should look lik???
@shaik0124 can u guide me through how to figure it out
12 * 1/8

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would i do something involvin the pythagorean theorem cause thats what we are learning
so the pieces are 1 and 1/2
there's 8 pieces, and you and I both get one so we get 1/8th of the pizza it was 12" so 12/8
8 pieces, thts what i got too :)
@brookester6 she can have a piece of the pizza too :P
thanks :)

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