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What is the length of MO? 1 , √3 , 2 , 3

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is that a right angled triangle @ciara_xo?

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k. use pythagoras theorem to find MO. |dw:1367501737765:dw| Does that help?
yea i tried it yesterday and got pretty confused while i was doing it..
can u pls show me ur work?
i threw away the piece of paper it was on but i did the theorom & came out w. 3 which is wrong.
\(a^2+c^2=b^2\) a=1, b=2 \(1^1+c^2=2^2\) \(1+c^2=4\) nw can u find c?
hold on lemme try
k 5n:)
shouldnt it be -3?
nope:( \(1+c^2=4\) \(c^2=4-1\) \( =?\)
3 than? lol
3=c^2. so vat will be c?
9, so is the answer sqrt3?
\(c=\sqrt3\) bt whre does that 9 come frm?
3^2 but i guess i didnt need to do that.
ya. u neednt

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