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I assume it makes a right angle because line AB is tangent. I believe you could solve this using the Pythagoras Theorem.
Can you help me solve it?

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Sure. :)
\(\Huge a^2+b^2=c^2\)
So, 6^2+11.7^2=C^2?
a and b are the two sides and c is the hypotenuse.
a and b are the two sides that make a right angle.
AO would be the hypotenuse.
So, how would I put that into an equation? And by the way, thank you for your help, I appreciate it.(:
a=6 as in the question. b is unknown. c is the hypotenuse. In other words it is AO and its value is 11.7 as mentioned in the question.
Ohh. So, the answer would be 6^2+11.7^2?
\(\Huge 6^2+b^2=11.7^2\)
\[6^2+11^2\]
oops, I messed up.
I just substituted the values to where they belong.
Oh, so it would be C?
Can you tell me how you got C as the answer?
Yes, so I put in what 11.7^2 was and got 136.89. Then I put in 6^2+10.0^2 and got 136.
Correct but you did it the wrong way. The correct way it to do \(11^2-6^2=x^2\).
Can you help me with another question?(:
|dw:1434216486710:dw| this straight line add up to 180 degree
set an equation |dw:1434216532709:dw| \[\huge\rm 50+90+x=180\] solve for x
@Nnesha I got 230 for the answer, can you help me with another??
impossible ! i told you straight line add up to 180 degree all 3 angles should add up to 180 degree
So, 38?
typo it's 92 \[\huge\rm 50+92+x=180\] solve for x
yep
So, it's 38. And can you help me with another question?
i'll try
Can someone help?
close this post and make a new one so other people can help i hve to go

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