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What is the length of the hypotenuse of the right triangle shown below? If necessary, round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

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can you determine the lengths of the sides?

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the lengths of the sides means how long each side is
i'm confused on how to get the answer
do you know how to determine a length when you have two points ?
not one bit,
there are a few ways to do this. but the easiest is just use the distance equation \[distance = \sqrt{(x_{2} - x_{1})^{2} + (y_{2} - y_{1})^{2}}\] the points on the hypotenuse of that triangle are (4, 2) and (-5, -3) it looks like so just calculate the distance between those two points
are you in conexus
that's the easy way. the other way is to calculate the lengths of the sides separately just by looking at the picture, the length of the top side is 9 and the length of the left side is 5 9^2 + 5^2 = c^2
i don't know what conexus is but it called graphing data for my work?
|dw:1359037431903:dw| maybe that will help ?
25+81? = the answer? or is there more?
no you have to solve for 'c'
25 + 81 = c^2
106^2 =11236 ?
Ha yeah i don't get this
this is how you solve for c
hm. you should review Pythagorean theorem
yes thats right
do i just put 10.29 though?
no you'd have to round to the nearest hundredth. it would be 10.30
because 10.295... rounds up to 10.30, that's why
Oh, thanks,

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