anonymous
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4. What is the area of the square below? (1 point)16.97 cm² 72 cm² 144 cm² 288 cm²
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
you dont even need a picture, notice that the only perfect square root in the optins is 144 !!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks for making me feel like an idiot :)LOL I saw a diaganol and freaked out

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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
how did u do that??
anonymous
  • anonymous
the line cuts the 90degrees into half so u get 2 45s you have to use sin or cos |dw:1364927922679:dw| sin (45) = x / 12 ==> x = 12*cos(45) cos (45) = y/12 ==> y = 12*cos(45) thats give u half the side
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh mkay i understand, Thank you very much:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Luis_Rivera lol, you think you know the answer, then state it, then you're wrong...
anonymous
  • anonymous
@gaara438125, I think you should check your answer, unless I've been wrong 2,575 times. !!
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@Luis_Rivera looks like that's the case bud...

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