anonymous
  • anonymous
somebody take geometry?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
throw the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
i cant type it. its really hard to put it
anonymous
  • anonymous
i take geometry! :) wat grade you in???

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anonymous
  • anonymous
you can attach file / take a pic and then (if its a hard copy) attach file
anonymous
  • anonymous
11
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok! What unit and lesson??? Are you over due or you talking about the lesson for today??? And wat school????
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am in unit 1 test and over due its a test for the unit 1 i do eve know what to start on and connections academy homeschool
anonymous
  • anonymous
im in connection to! :) n hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh cool :) heeey nice to meet youu ! and ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
https://www.connexus.com/content/chrome/online/lessonViewer.aspx?header=true&idCourse=27468&idUnit=21456&idLesson=257995&page=1&idWebuser=939554&idSection=276872&self=True&menu=off&resizeWindow=true
anonymous
  • anonymous
that is the link for the test
anonymous
  • anonymous
nice tew meet u too! :) wats ur teacher name???? cuz im n 10th n mi sis n 11 but mi n here have da same geometry
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got ms campbell and i am suppose to be in 11 but i got 10th grade homerrom bt i think geomtry is for 11th graders so i take that
anonymous
  • anonymous
What are all the classes you take for 10th grade?????
anonymous
  • anonymous
physical science only i think
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow! den no, we have nutin alike! wat bout ur classes for 11th! :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got american literature , geometry, U.S History
anonymous
  • anonymous
Whats ur teacher name for Us History???
anonymous
  • anonymous
my Verdenburg or some like that
anonymous
  • anonymous
nope sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ook lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
LOL! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeahh :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
anonymous
  • anonymous
There can be 2 methods fro solving this question. 1. using Pythagoras' theorem 2. using trigonometry 1 - For the 2 right triangles in the fig, apply Pythagoras' theorem to get 2 equations involving a and b. The values of a and b can be solved out from there. 2 - The 2 angles (excluding the right angle) marked in the fig. are actually same. So, you can use the fact that their sines, cosines, tans will also be equal. This will get you the required values. (Tip: The 2nd and third options can be easily eliminated using hypotenuse is the longest side in a right triangle. )
anonymous
  • anonymous
Tell me if you have doubts.

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