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  1. anonymous
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    One triangle on a graph has a vertical side of 7 and a horizontal side of 12. Another triangle on a graph has a vertical side of 28 and a horizontal side of 48. Could the hypotenuses of these two triangles lie along the same line?

  2. eyust707
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    In order for their hypotenuses to lie on the same line, both hypotenuses need to have the same slope.

  3. eyust707
    • one year ago
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    See in this case Yes |dw:1437408197120:dw| In this case No |dw:1437408245229:dw| The slopes of the hypotenuses are different

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