AnaheimNena714 please someone help me this is the last day to do this or its a late assignment plleeaassee:( one year ago one year ago

1. AnaheimNena714

Is TVS scalene, isosceles, or equilateral? The vertices are T(1, 1), V(4, 0), and S(3, 5). please explain how u found this ?

2. AnaheimNena714

@keke1996 can you help me?? plz

3. keke1996

im sorry,i don't know how

4. AnaheimNena714

thanks anyways do u go to connections?

5. keke1996

i understands some of it

6. AnaheimNena714

i need someone to put it in steps

7. manofhonor101

You need the image.

8. AnaheimNena714

it has no image

9. exitfreshly

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10. exitfreshly

|dw:1357786939041:dw| Is <A an acute, right, or obtuse angle? Is <B an acute, right, or obtuse angle? Is <C an acute, right, or obtuse angle?

11. AnaheimNena714

i dont know this is all they gave me i thing they want me to do the equation a distance bt idk how to do it

12. akthakur

i can help you there .. do you know distance formula ?

13. exitfreshly

The math involved in determining angles like that is pretty advanced... what math are you in?

14. exitfreshly

*if it's not a right triangle

15. akthakur

we can also answer without find ing any angle/

16. exitfreshly

Yep! You can tell by just looking at an angle if it's more or less than 90 degrees. If you do that for each of the angles on the triangle, then look for a triangle type with those three types of angles, you should get it right... On the other hand they may not want you to guess. It probably depends on what you've learned so far.

17. AnaheimNena714

i have geometry...@exitfreshly ummm let me look for it wait. ok its $d \sqrt{_{(X2-_{X1}}})^{2}+(y _{2}-y _{2)}) ^{2}$

18. AnaheimNena714

its all under the square root line

19. exitfreshly

With the d in front? If it's d= the other stuff, then that does look like the way for distance, but... I might be wrong?

20. AnaheimNena714

yea sorry i forgot the equal sign

21. akthakur

22. exitfreshly

I don't think you know how to find angles in a triangle that isn't a right triangle just yet... heck, I'm taking Calculus II and I've forgotten how! I think that estimating the angles should do what you need for now.

23. akthakur

hey you have to prove only either the triangle will be scalene issosceles or equilateral

24. akthakur

i draw wrong diagram of triangle ony assume this as a triangle

25. AnaheimNena714

no:(

26. AnaheimNena714

can you guys help me but put it in steps please :(

27. akthakur

ok

28. AnaheimNena714

im sorry im not even suppose to be in geometry :(

29. AnaheimNena714

i know that two lines are the same distance thats it :(

30. akthakur

sorry i write wrong formula wait igive you their complete answer

31. AnaheimNena714

can u do it in steps tho i understand it better

32. akthakur

ok i am doing

33. AnaheimNena714

thank u :)

34. akthakur

i think it is scelene triangle because all side are un equal you can check it one time....

35. akthakur

36. akthakur

did you got it?

37. exitfreshly

... oh my goodness, I just realized I was taking the wrong approach. I'm sorry for being confusing XD I had forgotten those could also be determined by side lengths; I was trying to do it by angle measurements.

38. AnaheimNena714

its ok wait let me see ok yes thank you..i dont mean to bother but u think u can help me with one more

39. akthakur

ok what next?

40. AnaheimNena714

give me a moment ill put it up

41. AnaheimNena714

Find the lengths of the diagonals of this trapezoid.

42. AnaheimNena714

i would also appreciate it if u put it in steps plz

43. akthakur

if you mail me on my gmail it will be convinient for me to solve? canu you send your question to my gmail account/

44. akthakur

ok

45. AnaheimNena714

:) thank you have no idea how helpful u are i am behind your a life saver

46. akthakur

ok bye for now post your question if possible i will solve it.

47. AnaheimNena714

ok i did post it do i post all of them or wat do u mean?

48. akthakur

nothing.

49. AnaheimNena714

im confused but ok

50. AnaheimNena714

@exitfreshly hi :) idk i felt like i should say sum now that ur here

51. AnaheimNena714

hey do u want me to send em to ur gmal? @akthakur

52. AnaheimNena714

@dorylove7 u have anything?

53. riskin

its simple... should I start from start?

54. AnaheimNena714

i already got the first one i put i just need the second one do u see it?

55. riskin

where?

56. riskin

got it

57. AnaheimNena714

oh ok the figure right

58. riskin

4b^2, 4a^2 these are the lengths of the sides.... The diagonals are equal and are equal to [(a+b)^2 + c^2]^0.5

59. AnaheimNena714

wat are the lil arrows sorry

60. riskin

raised to the power.. like 2 raised to the power 3 is 8

61. AnaheimNena714

oh ok then got it

62. AnaheimNena714

please put it in simpler steps

63. AnaheimNena714

................can anybody help me with like two more math questions..............

64. akthakur