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PLEASE HELP WILL GIVE MEDAL !!!!

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  2. anonymous
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    use the fallowing equation: R^2=X^2+Y^2

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    chief keef is doing math ???

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    sadly yes xD @Jimboslice

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    i got b is that correct

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    @nonamenever

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    b*tches love sosa

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    hit them with the cobra then that boy slept over

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    oh block bang bang

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    @nonamenever i dont get when you say use the equation i am confused :(

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    @RadEn

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    just substitute in the equation

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    like this x^2=14^2+28^2

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    yes but like this: 28=R ........x=14.......y=...

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    x^2 = 28^2 - 14^2 (phytagorean theorem) solve for x

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    yep @RadEn

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    so it would be d i got 588 then sqrt it and got 24.248711306

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    correct!

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    thanks :)

  20. RadEn
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    welcome

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