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krissywatts Group Title

i need help filling in the blanks below:

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  1. tercespot Group Title
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    what blanks

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  2. uber1337h4xx0r Group Title
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    She's writing it right now, tercespot.

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    |dw:1353118530228:dw|

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    Point A is the begining of the line on the left its elevation is in the chart above. Point B is the end of the line on the roght its elevation is in the chart above. Using mathematical interpolation calculate the distance from Point A for each full foot elevation in the chart below. give answer to tenths of inch.

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    |dw:1353118997511:dw|

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    i need help with the rest i goy some started already

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    @jim_thompson5910

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  8. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    did you see how to get 4.8 for the first line?

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  9. krissywatts Group Title
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    yes

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    the rest seem to be off by a few numbers so idk if im right

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    If not, then you basically have this triangle |dw:1353120334241:dw|

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    and you solve for x 6/x = 0.5/0.4 6*0.4 = 0.5x 2.4 = 0.5x 2.4/0.5 = x x = 4.8

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    for the second line, you're going to have |dw:1353120446761:dw|

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    so 4.1/0.4= 3.5/x 4.1x = 0.4*3.5 4.1x = 1.4 x = 1.4/4.1 x = 0.34146 x = 0.3 (round to the nearest tenths place)

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    for line 3, you're going to have |dw:1353120667399:dw|

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  16. krissywatts Group Title
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    .oh okay so roun to nearest tenth of an inch

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  17. krissywatts Group Title
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    i forgot to read that part sorry

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    4.1/0.4= 3.5/x 4.1x = 1.4*3.5 4.1x = 4.9 x = 4.9/4.1 x = 1.19512 x = 1.2 (round to the nearest tenths place)

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    yeah so it looks like you have it pretty much

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    thanks

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    np

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