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Krispyhaha

  • one year ago

In the diagram below, EG is an altitude of DEF. What is the length of DG? ( Picture attached below )

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  1. Krispyhaha
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    @agent0smith Last one I need a little help on. Help me?

  3. mathaddict4471
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    first use the pythagorean theorem for EG and GF so 33 squared plus 25 squared whicjh is 1714 square root it gives you approximately 41.4. or trig like soh cah toa if youve done that

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    or TanX-1=33/25 to find measure of angleF. then you can do law of sine to find measure of angle E can you do that?

  5. Krispyhaha
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    DG / EG = EG / GF

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    DG / 33 = 33 / 25

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    43.56 = DG??

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    yes thats it

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    good job

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    43.56 or 43.6?

  11. mathaddict4471
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    ill check...43.56

  12. Krispyhaha
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    okay

  13. Krispyhaha
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    Lol wait so it is 43.56 not 43.6? Because it says if necessary round your answer to two decimal places

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    oh ok thats great so do feel confident about trig now i have a trig test coming up about this in a week

  15. mathaddict4471
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    i'm doing double math with Alg. 2

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    oh ok lol good luck on that test

  17. mathaddict4471
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    thank you because i just finished my Alg. 2 test so one less test to worry about lol.

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    good luck to you too!

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