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Find the length of the missing side. The triangle is not drawn to scale. (1 point) 23 8 4 64

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    http://bit.ly/QU4mW2 <3

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    do you know pythagoras theorem ? @Emily778 ?

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    nope.

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    |dw:1362979371543:dw|

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    |dw:1362979410823:dw| can you find a= missing side from that ?

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    so, it's this?|dw:1362979619143:dw|

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    thats correct, so, \(a^2 = 17^2-15^2=.... \)

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    - 15?

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    how ?? 17^2 =289 15^2 = 225 289-225=... ?

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    what? That's what you put down instead of the equal sign

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    |dw:1362979755839:dw|

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    64 degrees...

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    degrees ? its the length of sides, not angle. so, \(a^2=64 \\ a= \sqrt{64}=...? \)

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    8

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    thats correct. 8 is your missing side.

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    can you help me with another one?

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    sure, if possible, ask in another post ?

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