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Ammarah

  • 3 years ago

Classify the triangle formed by the side lengths as right, acute, or obtuse.

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  1. Ammarah
    • 3 years ago
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    |dw:1357786259056:dw|

  2. eyust707
    • 3 years ago
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    If a^2 + b^2 = c^2 Then the triangle is right If a^2+b^2 > c^2 Then the triangle is obtuse If a^2 + b^2 < c^2 Then the triangle is acute

  3. eyust707
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    |dw:1357789213010:dw|

  4. Ammarah
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    thats not right

  5. NotTim
    • 3 years ago
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    y not?

  6. Ammarah
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    it is?

  7. Ammarah
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    so how would u solve it?

  8. Ammarah
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    It would be a right triangle right?

  9. NotTim
    • 3 years ago
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    why not use Cosine Law to figure this out?

  10. Ammarah
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    use ?????????? we use a the pythagreoam theorem.......i dont now what ur talking about

  11. NotTim
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    Well if Cosine Law can't be used, I think eyust707 provided enough information

  12. Ammarah
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    ?????what the hell r u talking about??

  13. Ammarah
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    shut up and leave

  14. Ammarah
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    can someone please help me?

  15. Ammarah
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    /im really desperate..........

  16. NotTim
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    really?

  17. NotTim
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    eyust707 gave you everything you need, if you don't want to use Cosine Law.

  18. NotTim
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    Alongside Sine Law and all that.

  19. Ammarah
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    oh ohk

  20. Ammarah
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    could u guys check the whole wkst for me please?

  21. mathstudent55
    • 3 years ago
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    Follow what eyust707 wrote. If the triangle is a right triangle, then if you use those three side lengths in the Pythagoras Theorem formula, it'll make it true. This is how you test it: |dw:1357793926961:dw|

  22. Ammarah
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    Yess I got that thankyou!

  23. Ammarah
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    could u look at the other problems for me?

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