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Help Plez i will fan u ->>> i need it explained plez

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    wish i could help but dont know srry

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  3. tayluvsya
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    its ok

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    ok

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  5. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Did you try Googling those?

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    no it dont help me

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  7. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Mmmm.... okay hang on and let me see if I can help :)

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    kk

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  9. RealityWillSlapYou
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    Question 1: The shorter leg is 30 degrees so, 3 times the length of the shorter leg put into a quick equation is 30 x 3. So what is 30 x 3?

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    30 x 3 = 90. So that is why question 1 is 3 times the length of the shorter leg

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    I'm not sure how to explain question 2. Sorry :(

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    its ok

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    do you know pythagoras theorem ?

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  14. tayluvsya
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    no

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    in a right angled triangle, by pythagoras theorem, |dw:1359742322102:dw|

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    kk

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    for 45-45-90 triangle, since 2 angles are equal, the two legs will be equal.|dw:1359742414724:dw|

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    before that, you know what a hypotenuse is ?

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    no

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    @hartnn

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    ratios of a 30 - 60 - 90 right triangle are \[1:\sqrt{3}:2\] for short side : long side : hypotenuse

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    |dw:1359744962959:dw|

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    this tell you the longer leg is \(\sqrt{3}\) times the shorter leg

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    for a 45 - 45 - 90 triangle ratios are \[1:1:\sqrt2\]

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    in other words, both legs are the same length (since it is an isosceles triangle) and the hypotenuse has length \(\sqrt{2}s\) is \(s\) is the length of the side

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    thanks

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    @satellite73

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    @ritez

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    i still dont get it

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    @chrisshort and @ritez get on webex

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