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    do you know that? area is height*base/2

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    no im stupid

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    i didn't say 'you're stupid' :) on this triangle height=8 and base=7 can you continue??

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    idk

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    i didnt say u called me stupid i said i was

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    do you want the solution??

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    yes

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    area=height*base/2 area=8*7/2 area=28 ok??

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    ok

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    i need help on anoth one

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    i dont get it

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    what dont u get about it?

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    how they got it

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    hmm well ill try to explain each step with words step 1 was to combine it into the multiplication form which u can do only if the log base is the same.... step 2 is that the log 3 is raised to the power of 3 to get the answer *hence these are all log properties* step 3 then is just solving for x using the factor format or quadratic formula but x cant = -5 since log ( -5 + 2) = log(-3) and you cant take the log of a -#

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    ok

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