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Okay|dw:1361360853770:dw|
Ok, so first we need to find the length of CE Using Pythagorus theorem, are you able to do it?
let me try.
that is a leg, so, a^2+300^2=350^2
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|dw:1361361036981:dw|
Correct, so far.
Okay; let me solve. One moment,
18.278?
I dont have a calculator with me but if you did sqrt(350^2-300^2), it should be right.
for that, i got 180.27756377319946
That should be reasonable for the length of that.
Oh. Ok.
|dw:1361361384973:dw|
Okay.
So you subtract and do not add?
o wait nvm.
k, let me write 180 down.
ok.
Now CN and EA
now, i dont get how we can find EA; since EN is not given. :/ Let me think.
Ok.
Hmmmm.
I think it is 300.
how :/
I did \[\frac{ 180 }{ x } = \frac{ 300 }{ 500 }\]
similarities?
Proportions,yes; since 180 (ce) is the same side of the triangle as CN.
|dw:1361361750840:dw| Yeah
You got the same thing too?
ok, let me solve.
I got 300 again.
\[\frac{ 350 }{ x } =\frac{ 300 }{ 500 }\]
wait sorry!
What about my other reply?
the one above yours ^
your one: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%28350%29%2F%28x%29%3D%28300%29%2F%28500%29
does that make sense?
my one: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=x%2F350%3D500%2F300
So both ways got the right answer. YOu should check your algebra.
Okay. So it was 350/x = 300/500 or x/350=500/300 ?
yeah!
same thing.
you just chose to do the large figure first.
Okay. thanks!
:)
mimi
so i write 583.333333333333 as my answer?
its whole number thats a decimal form :P
it says*
oh. right. so 583.
LOL. Thanks!
I have one other math question; mind If I tag you?
:)
sure
thanks. just one more!
let me post it.

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