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What is the value of m in the figure below? A. √540 B. √95 C. √323 D. √221 E. √48 F. √70 (Picture below.)

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    Sorry I don't remember this stuff:)

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    It's okay, thank you for trying!

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    have heard of pathagorome therome

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    No?

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    a2+b2=c2

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    14^2+5^2=m?

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    @Frostbite it tht right i can really tell

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    c is always the hypotenus

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    *hypotenuse

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    you use the property of similar triangles triangles ABC and CDB are similar

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    it lagged for me my internet sux srry

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    the corresponding sides are in the same ratio

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    Still don't get it /: Is there an equation I have to do?

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    so DC / m = m / AC and DC = 5 and AC = 19

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    similar triangles have the same shape that is corrsponding angles are aequal in the diagram < BDC = <ABC <ACB = <DCB so other angls are also equal

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    so going back to the formula 5 /m = m /19 m^2 = 5*19 = 95 so m = sqtt 95 (Option B)

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    Thank you so much!

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    do u follow that OK?

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    yw

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