## anonymous 3 years ago help?

1. anonymous

2. anonymous

what? :(

3. anonymous

$\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }(h-6)=19$ $(h-6)=19*2$ $(h-6)=38$ add 6 both side $(h-6+6)=38+6$ $h=44$

4. anonymous

how does the top thing up there equal 19?

5. anonymous

i mean 1/2 h - 6

6. anonymous

?

7. anonymous

well thanks for helping at least :(

8. anonymous

oh okay, understood :D

9. anonymous

sure you deserve it :)

10. Directrix

how does the top thing up there equal 19? >i mean 1/2 h - 6 This was given in the posted problem.

11. anonymous

so what does it equal? what do you think?

12. anonymous

wait. what? sorry im confused

13. Directrix

I checked that person's work and it is correct. I was just answering your question about where the 1/2 h - 6 came from.

14. anonymous

oh okay im sorry i was just thinking why are you repeating what im saying :P haha but thanks for letting me know :D