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Emah

  • one year ago

Geometry question.

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  1. Emah
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    (A) seems the answer choice. Did you submit and verify?

  3. Emah
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    Yeah I got the first one, I just need help finding the second one.

  4. Emah
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    And it won't let me submit it till they are all done.

  5. Emah
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    I guess I will find someone more helpful. @owen97

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    Proportions?\[\frac{35}{40}=\frac{GJ}{42.2}\]

  7. Emah
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    Oh ok... Now I get it. Thank You!

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    @Emah No problem, I do what I can, sorry I could not be more helpful.

  9. Emah
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    Psshh you helped enough! Do you think you could help me with one more?

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    \[Find\ term_{10},\ term_{9}\]

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    \[ans=\frac{term_{10}}{term_{9}}\]

  13. Emah
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    But they say to write it in decimal form. ?

  14. nubeer
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    yes . use calculator it will give u answer in decimal.

  15. Emah
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    So I just divide 34 by 21?

  16. nubeer
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    yes

  17. Emah
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    ok. the answer is 1.7 then.

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    Thank you.

  19. nubeer
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    hmm no.. it's not 1.7.. it's 1.62 to be precise.

  20. Emah
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    Ok, but I think I can round it for this answer. :)

  21. nubeer
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    hmm lol ya well depends if you want to round you should do 1.6.. as 1.62 is close to 1.6 then 1.7 .. :)

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    Ok then thanks again. :)

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