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UmmmHELP

  • 2 years ago

Solve for a and b.

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  1. UmmmHELP
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  2. UmmmHELP
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    nope no clue how to do this at all!

  3. aajugdar
    • 2 years ago
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    find the angle find the sides

  4. aajugdar
    • 2 years ago
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    okay hold on

  5. UmmmHELP
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    okay well if I am correct one is 90 degrees and there are two that have the same measurement but I dont know the number that goes to it... @aajugdar

  6. Luis_Rivera
    • 2 years ago
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    Okay I won't interrupt but this is so easy

  7. UmmmHELP
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    no its fine if you can help please do! @Luis_Rivera

  8. aajugdar
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    yes here the 2 angles are equal so trigonomatric values wil be same so cos =21/29 and for other angle cos = 20/b

  9. aajugdar
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    so 21/29 = 20/b solve for b

  10. UmmmHELP
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    okay, I dont see that for the answers ^ would it just be 20*29 then that divided by 21? @aajugdar

  11. Luis_Rivera
    • 2 years ago
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    a= 19 b= 28

  12. aajugdar
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    yea

  13. UmmmHELP
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    okay so then what?

  14. aajugdar
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    then use pythagorus?

  15. UmmmHELP
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    but this is using fractions? like the answers are all fractions

  16. aajugdar
    • 2 years ago
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    did you get b=28

  17. aajugdar
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    what are the answers

  18. UmmmHELP
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    a= 400/21, b= 580/21 a= 400/21, b= 20/21 a=580/21, b=29/21 a= 20/21, b= 580/21

  19. Luis_Rivera
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    dude no need for Pythagoras

  20. UmmmHELP
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    okay...

  21. UmmmHELP
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    yeah i am sorry i still dont get it..i

  22. UmmmHELP
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    like i read the link but how should I go about setting it up?

  23. Luis_Rivera
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    Where there are the lengths of the sides in the pc, substitutes the number you have. gotta go

  24. UmmmHELP
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    okay thanks

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