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  1. ayyookyndall
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    @nikato

  2. nikato
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    you can calculate the sum of the area of the faces. start with the bottom which is a square with a length of 6. what would be the area?

  3. ayyookyndall
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    36?

  4. nikato
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    yes. and then you have 4 identical triangles. can you calculate the area of one of the triangle if the height is 9 and the base is 6? then multiply it by 4

  5. ayyookyndall
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    Wait, 54 x 4 = 216

  6. nikato
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    |dw:1432970703101:dw|

  7. nikato
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    |dw:1432970732277:dw|

  8. ayyookyndall
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    Is that it? Thats the answer?

  9. nikato
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    no. 27 is just the area of one of the triangels but since you have 4, you muliply 27x4 then you add 36 because you still have that square base

  10. ayyookyndall
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    So 27 x 4 = 108 108 + 36 = 144

  11. ayyookyndall
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    144 is the answer

  12. nikato
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    correct

  13. anonymous
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    You simply apply the given rule for each point of the triangle ABC Let me know wat you get ? :)

  14. ayyookyndall
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    Whats the rule? Im confused.

  15. nikato
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    (x+2) means that the triangle moves right. (y-2) measns that the triangle moves down. so look at all your graph. in which one is the graph moved right and down

  16. anonymous
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    The rule is : replace each x with x+2 and each y with y-2, ie: if you have a point like this: (7 , 4) then after applying rule you get : (9,2) :)

  17. ayyookyndall
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    C moved right and down

  18. nikato
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    are you sure? i think it moved left and up

  19. ayyookyndall
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    Oh, my bad. Its A

  20. nikato
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    yup. i would pick that too

  21. nikato
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    no. you can never use retrice it will never be an answer. just remember no butts. it is because there are too many possibilities. it is ambiguous |dw:1432971832413:dw|

  22. ayyookyndall
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    So Im confused?

  23. nikato
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    those triangles both have two congruent sides and same not included angle. however, they produce two DIFFERENT triangles. just remember you can NEVER use SSA. its "illegal"

  24. nikato
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    it also has to be D because if you look at all your other answer choice, they involve angles. but you werent given any angle measures, only side lengths

  25. ayyookyndall
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    Thank you soooo much!!!! You are amazing!

  26. nikato
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    No problem

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