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If AB = 4 inches, which does AC equal? http://www.clipular.com/c/6470573044531200.png?k=WpW32JYHmMFV_jofpeE9J9aXM9U 2 inches 4 inches 6 inches 8 inches

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I dont get it sleepy. I tag like 15 people and none of them even bother to look.
it's summer, and a lot of people leave their computers and are afk :P (I was gonna do the same actually xD) anyways, do you know the 30 60 90 ratios?

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lol, No dont do it. Its even more frustrating because everyone else questions seem to be harder than mine and they get at least 2 viewers
But no I dont
actually, geometry questions seem toughest to get answers on
oh ok
I can't draw xD so here: http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algtrig/att2/Pic3060.gif
lmao, It's kay. It's hard on a computer
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I dont know how to work that
perfect xD
ehhh when people see geometry, they think "proofs" then cringe away *sigh* anyhowww the AB side is (the triangle I gave)'s "2" see that?
lmao, Yes I see it
soooo since AB = 4 4 = "2x" so "x" (or "1") = 4 divided by 2 = 2
that means that AD = 2
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Wait woah. Can we go in accordance to the triangle in the question?
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yes :)
ohhhhh I just saw an easier way :D
just... tilt your head to the right
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Ok im looking at the computer vwithter my head tillted to the side
computer won't let me draw ;-; so let 4 = x then the longest side (bottom) would be 2x
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mhmm 4 = x then 2x = ?
8
there xD
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:) E=8
yus
lmao. How do I know how to work the problem?
lets say I had another one
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what we just did works because the side opposite the 30 degree angle is ratio of 1 or "x"
and the side opposite the 90 degree is ratio of 2 or "2x"
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uh oh oh no different ratios don't work like that
OHHHHHHH
I GET IT NOW!!!!!
Thanks Sleepy :)
You need more then a dumb score or a medal
thats what yo deserve
lmfao!!! Im playing
Thanks for the medal

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