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2. anonymous

@AriPotta

3. anonymous

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

4. anonymous

Okay. Let me look at the question again.

5. anonymous

6^2+8^2

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$\sqrt{100} = 10$

7. anonymous

so |dw:1363214892381:dw|

8. anonymous

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

9. anonymous

I got (C)

10. anonymous

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

11. anonymous

Oh,ok. TY.

12. anonymous

yea it's c. good job

13. anonymous

Thanks, Aardvark!

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