ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
what is the length of side x? if necessary round to two decimal places
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ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
use the pythorgam therom
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
a^2 +b^2 =c^2

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noseboy908
  • noseboy908
where A & B are the 2 shortest sides
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
after u find the value of c^2 do u find the square root?
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
show me the steps you took
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
the answer is 114
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
19^2+12^2=505
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
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ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
nice hand writing :p
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
no
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
you are given A & C! not B!
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
thank a lotttttttttttttt:)
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
so it's 12^2 + x^2= 19^2
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
ohh ok i see
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
I mean, the previously given answer is obviously wrong, because the hypotenuse is the longest side so how could the missing side be 505?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
no its 114
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
it can't be 505
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
then how could it be 114??
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
cause u do 12 times 19 then divide by 2
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
no! what is 12^2?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
u are so wrong
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
\[12^2+x^2=19^2\]
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
still wrong
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
first solve for 12 squared and 19 squared. solve for x from here.
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
u guys are confusing me
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
i am telling u the right answer is 114
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
ima go with noseboy cause he makes more sense
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
Imma make a drawing, hold on
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
dont please he is wrong
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
\[12^2+ x^2=19^2\]
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
\[144+x^2=361\]
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
\[x^2=217\]
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
x=?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
hes still wrong im older go on ask.com if u dont beliveme
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
THEN PROVE IT
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
SHOW YOUR WORK
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
check
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
-_- u say 114 right
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
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ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
what do u say nose?
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
why are you multiplying 12 x 19?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
it is on the triangle
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
you first must square it. you never multiply them together
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
thats called counthing, baby
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
http://www.mathsisfun.com/pythagoras.html look at the second example
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
your still wrong
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
understand?
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
goooooooooooooood
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
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Candy13106
  • Candy13106
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noseboy908
  • noseboy908
welcome!
ashley_fay
  • ashley_fay
ok soo thanks guys
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
I'd appreciate it if you hit the "best response" button. thanks!
noseboy908
  • noseboy908
:D
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
what
Candy13106
  • Candy13106
oh now i know

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