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duckman2468

  • 2 years ago

If L=12 and m=5cm what is the length of N

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  1. geerky42
    • 2 years ago
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    This question is ambiguous. What do L, m, and N represent?

  2. geerky42
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    @duckman2468

  3. geerky42
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    You bumped, yet you didn't answer my question... What is L, m, and N?

  4. duckman2468
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    l=12 m=5 n=

  5. geerky42
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    What is these variables?

  6. geerky42
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    Where's the equation or formula?

  7. duckman2468
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    If l=12 and m=5cm what is the length of N

  8. geerky42
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    I know, what is l and m? Where's the equation or formula?

  9. duckman2468
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    |dw:1359688409095:dw|

  10. geerky42
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    Right triangle?

  11. duckman2468
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    yes

  12. geerky42
    • 2 years ago
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    Use Pythagorean Theorem. \(L^2 + m^2 = n^2\)

  13. duckman2468
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    the answer choice are 13 cm 119cm 14cm 10cm

  14. duckman2468
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    \[\sqrt{119 } 14 cm 10cm 13cm\]

  15. geerky42
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    Use Pythagorean Theorem to find n.

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