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kendoll

you guys please help help :( Solve the problems pertaining triangles

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    its right there

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    @FirstFrostByte

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    Errm It just an image.... Wheres the text?

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    here a. Based on the figure, Jordan says that RURW32=. Kendra disagrees. Is either of them correct? Explain your reasoning.

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    @FirstFrostByte

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    Hold on.

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  8. kendoll
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    ok

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    Jordan is wrong. Hold on while I type why.

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    kk

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    "RURW32= " ??

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    Multiplying something by a fraction less than one gives you a smaller result. So RW should be smaller but Jordan say RW is bigger than RU. Which makes him incorrect.

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    these are medians of triangle RW = 2/3 * RU

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    The question: http://aventalearning.com/courses/GEOMx-HS-A09/a/unit04/resources/docs/IntroductionTriangles_WritingAssignment.pdf

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    thnks wat about this one? b. If QW = 27 inches, find QT.

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    @FirstFrostByte yeah it that one!

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    @dumbcow u know how to do it??

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    27 is 2/3 of the Total length so QT= 40.5

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    yep :)

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    can u help me with all of them :)

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    I wish I could but I'm not very smart in math :) Social Studies would be a yes thou.

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    lol ok ty though :)

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    2. is a trick question kinda....you can assume its perpendicular because there is no "right angle" labeled

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    so wha i do @dumbcow

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    can't *

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    huh?

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    o u dnt know how to do it @dumbcow

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