What is the length of leg "s" of the triangle below? A. 5√2 B. 10√2 C. 5 D. 1 E. 10 F. 5.6 (Picture below.)

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What is the length of leg "s" of the triangle below? A. 5√2 B. 10√2 C. 5 D. 1 E. 10 F. 5.6 (Picture below.)

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http://www.regentsprep.org/Regents/math/algtrig/ATT2/Ltri45.htm Read that. :P I think it's s = 10 though. :)
When I combined the pythagorium theorem, with the technique listed above, I get 1.07177346 .... so I'm guessing "D" is the answer... but I'm not really sure... :P

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Ahhh. I forgot all of this while break. /:
*during break
I'm pretty sure it's 10...
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I'm pretty sure its not 10.
Whatever xP
So 1?
What do you think @uri ?
remember, you have to solve 10√2 before you can officially work out the problem with the method @LoveYou*69 listed...
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I got 1. Not sure how I did it but I go 1 lol
Hold on a second, let me work this out the way I was taught!
okay now I got 10 the way that @LoveYou*69 did! Which I'm pretty sure 10 is correct
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Yep! T'was 10. @LoveYou*69 you got it right teh first time!
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