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@AriPotta

3. AriPotta

you need to use the Pythagorean theorem to find the length of the hypotenuse first

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Okay. Let me look at the question again.

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6^2+8^2

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$\sqrt{100} = 10$

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so |dw:1363214892381:dw|

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then u multiply by 2.5 and add them up,no?

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I got (C)

10. AriPotta

yea, but you could just add 6, 8, and 10 then multiply that by 2.5

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Oh,ok. TY.

12. AriPotta

yea it's c. good job

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Thanks, Aardvark!

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