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    A juice container is a square prism with base edge length 4 inches. When an 8-inch straw is inserted into the container as shown, exactly 1 inch remains outside the container. The length of AB is ___ inches, to the nearest inch. (Enter only the number.)

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    Find the length of BC to the nearest tenth of an inch. (Enter only the number.)

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    ok. let me see ok 8*4 im thinking which equals 32inches but there is 1 inch that is out side of the prism ...im thinking It is ethier 31 or 32 inches does that help? if not I can give mor info

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    ok

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    |dw:1434413022730:dw| This is what it looks like from the top. To find BC you need to use the Pythagorean theorem.\[4^2+4^2=x^2\]

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    I see

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    what did you get?

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