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samtab Group Title

my qustion is on the bottom please help me!!!

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  1. thinker1 Group Title
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    hy dont u copuy it here

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    |dw:1353100700079:dw|

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    Which proportion could be used to solve for the height of the tree? please help meeee!!!!!!!:(

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    apply pythagorus

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    what i dont get it?

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    |dw:1353101226448:dw|

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    pitagora means that the square value of the line from the top of the tree to the ground equals the sqare value of the height of the tree plus the square value of the line from the bottom of the tree

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    oh, thanks

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    @samtab did u understand

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    ok so it is 2.5?

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    it is 2sqroot5=4.472

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    how would u rwrite that

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    \[6^{2}=4^{2}+h ^{2}\] so \[h ^{2}= 36-16=20\] so \[h = \sqrt{20}=\sqrt{2^{2}*5}=2\sqrt{5}=4.4721\]

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    http://ncalculators.com/images/pythagoras-theorem.gif this is the pythagora theorem and this is used to solve this problem

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    this is the theorem illustrated in the attachement

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