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you make them linear
@e.mccormick please help!
what do you mean?
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@phi can you please help me on this?
find the length of each side of the triangle, either by graphing or using the distance formula then determine whether the triangle satisfies the Pythagorean theorem
i figured out that the triangle is not a right angle
lol your cute
i know you've done this question before with someone else and i understood what you wrote!
@phi please help!
Looking at the figure, do any of the angles look close to 90 degrees? maybe
it is not 90º
did you find the slopes ?
what did you get ?
R (3,4) and S (5,5) S (5,5) and T (6,1) R (3,4) and T (6,1)
what is the slope between points R and S ?
yes, and the slope from R to T is -1 so the lines do not form a right angle (if we got -2 slope from R to T it would be a right angle)
to find a point that forms a right triangle, we could adjust point S so the slope from R to S is +1 (the "negative reciprocal" of -1 is - 1/(-1) = -1/-1 = 1 )
or you could move point S from (5,5) to (5,6)
which way is easier?
it's the same work either way. But they ask the question If it is not a right triangle, what changes can be made to make it a right triangle? so you should pick one way and show it makes a right angle (by showing the slopes are negative reciprocals)
but it doesn't make a right triangle
yes, but what changes can be made to make it a right triangle?
oh i stuck on this part
you are done with the first part. The slope from R to S is 1/2 the slope from R to T is -1 1/2 is not the negative reciprocal, so the lines do not form a 90 degree angle.
This is what I have!
ok, that looks good. be sure to also find the slope from R to T
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