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oops first one is 45^0 too

so 45^0 - 45^0 - 90^0

Hint:
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so what do i do? can u help me get the answer?

The figure allows us to say
\[\Large x\sqrt{2} = 5\]

solve for x to get your answer

so i just 2 *5?

so 5 divide by 2?

square root of 2

so 3

no, it's not 3

idk i suck at square rooting stuff

5 divide square root 2 ?

yep

1.41

1.414

that's the approximate value of the square root of 2

ok then what cause i gotta find how long the leg is

type this into your calculator
5/sqrt(2)

i did thats wat i got

you couldn't have gotten 1.414 if you typed in 5/sqrt(2)

well i did .

i got more numbers than that but i just didnt write em all

those were beginning numbers

i think you just typed in sqrt(2)

no.. i did the 5 / sqt 2

well it should be 3.5355339059

hmm..

my thoughts exactly, not sure how you got 1.414

hmm.. so what do i do now ?

once you have 3.5355339059, you are done finding the approximate leg length

okay. i got it.. thanks :)