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  1. whpalmer4
    • 3 years ago
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    Okay, what is the length of the two remaining sides?

  2. whpalmer4
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    Well, not explicitly. What is the formula for the perimeter?

  3. timo86m
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    perimeter = all the sides the 2 sides are the same p=14+8+2x

  4. Sheradon.burkett
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    I think the answer is 44?

  5. timo86m
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    legs are 5

  6. whpalmer4
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    |dw:1360215833980:dw|

  7. whpalmer4
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    Can you figure out the height of the trapezoid?

  8. whpalmer4
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    "44?" isn't an answer choice. When we're done, you'll definitely know what the answer is.

  9. him1618
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    it isnt an answer choice?wow

  10. Sheradon.burkett
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    the height is 4? ... and yes, 44 is an answer choice.

  11. whpalmer4
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    44 is an answer choice. "44?" is not.

  12. him1618
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    extremely smart

  13. whpalmer4
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    There's a difference between taking a stab at an answer, and understanding what you've done so that you know what the answer is.

  14. whpalmer4
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    You can know that you've got it right.

  15. whpalmer4
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    My old math teacher would always say "is that an answer, or a prayer?" :-)

  16. whpalmer4
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    How did you find the height?

  17. Sheradon.burkett
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    i think it's 4...

  18. timo86m
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    use pythogorean theorem

  19. whpalmer4
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    I know the height is 4, and the area is 44. I want to make sure that you can look at a problem like this and find the answer and be confident that you've done it right. That's a good outcome, right?

  20. timo86m
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    and it is 4

  21. timo86m
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