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Find the lengths of the diagonals of this trapezoid.

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show us your working in this question then we will help ...please dont use openstudy to solve your homework questions..thank you
I dont know how to do it. So unless you willing to go through it with me step by step dont comment @AravindG

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if this was the first time you were saying this i would have agreed ..bt i have seen you posting numerous questions and u dont knw hw to solve any one of them....thats not how to use openstudy..read ur text__ work out the problem yourself__ when you get stuck ask for help ...
so what? I dont know this stuff. and I dont ask questions I can figure out myself. or questions that are similar to others I have asked. I am reading the questions and I still dont know.
you may say that..bt the questions u hav asked are strikingly similiar and comes under basic geometry ...so please make an effort to study basic properties of figures like rectangles,trapezoids etc,
I take Geometry duhh they are gonna be similar..
ok nice to know but that has nothing to do with my question
@alwaysdancing18 use the distance formula. thats it!
ok thank you.
@yrelhan4 do i put letters in that formula? (x^2-x^1)^2+(y^2-y^1)^2
yup. that are the coordinates. i did the same sum ages ago. but i knew this sum was on yahoo answers. here's the link. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100429175514AA68sgW
have a look at it.
so the answer wont be a number obviously because there are no numbers?
yes
o ok the link helps thx xD
@AravindG way to be a jerk! @alwaysdancing18 needed help, should've just helped her solve it.

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