brucebaner
  • brucebaner
help me with this math plz help me
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Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
i got u, use the pythagorean theorem
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
ever heard of it? :P
brucebaner
  • brucebaner
no
brucebaner
  • brucebaner
im new to this
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
ohhh okay heres the formula \[a^2+b^2=c^2\]
brucebaner
  • brucebaner
kk
shamim
  • shamim
Do u know base , perpendicular, hypotenuse of a right angle triangle?
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
|dw:1434399693304:dw|
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
u can mix up the legs ( a and b in the formula) it doesnt matter
brucebaner
  • brucebaner
yes i think?
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
|dw:1434399839501:dw| so in this case we are solving for X, which is the hypotenuse
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
so our a can be either 7 or 4 and we're looking for c \[4^2 + 7^2 = c^2\] ^^ that's after we substitute out givens
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
make sense? c:
brucebaner
  • brucebaner
yes
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
\[4^2 + 7^2 = c^2 \] \[16 + 49 = c^2\] \[65 = c^2\]
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
try to do the last step c;
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
*hint* c is squared right? but we're looking for c not c^2
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
take of the square root! :D
Godlovesme
  • Godlovesme
\[\sqrt{65} = \sqrt{c}\] that should give u x :)

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