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  1. anonymous
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    http://snag.gy/HsNDb.jpg

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    @ashleyz

  3. dan815
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    you have 3 triangles in there,

  4. dan815
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    the blue lines im going to assume are the heights of the triangles, and they give you all the bases use the formula 1/2*b*h for area of each triangle

  5. anonymous
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    @dan815 I got 26 for 2 and 65 for the 1

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    Now what do I do?

  7. TheSmartOne
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    |dw:1435246199367:dw|

  8. TheSmartOne
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    |dw:1435246206716:dw| What is the length of one of the red sides?

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    Cant really tell if that's the middle or the bottom one so im going to assume its one of the angles that's 26

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    @dan815 What is the next step?

  11. TheSmartOne
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    |dw:1435251711501:dw| Use Phytagorean Theorem...

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