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What is the distance from point Y to WX in the figure below? A. can't be determined B. 16√3 C. 4 D. 8 E. 16√2 F. 16 (Picture below.)

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    we cant see the figure

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  2. marcoduuuh Group Title
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    There ya go! :D

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    @AriPotta @omnomnom

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    I believe it is F.

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    in reasons as to why you would think its F?

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    yes, 16.

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    Pythagorean theorem

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    No.. I tried to so Pythagorean and i got a totally different answer

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    pythag would work yes, also in trig if youve memorized the common triangles (this ones similar to 45-45-90)

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    30^2 + b^2 = 34^2 900 + b^2 = 1156 b^2 = 256 b = 16

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    |dw:1352416452500:dw|

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