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  • one year ago

what is the length of the altitude of the equilateral triangle below?

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    @GEOMETRYHELP10011

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    stop being annoying i dont know any of these answers stop f uckn tagging me

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    ok watch you language i need help my bad you idiot @GEOMETRYHELP10011

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    you're the idiot i asked you 4 times to stop tagging me in your prolems ask someone else not me

  8. geerky42
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    You were given that \(a = 4\sqrt3\). What is \(\sqrt3\cdot a\)?

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    @geerky42

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    is it a

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    @HELP-ME-PLZ @Preetha @inkyvoyd @superhelp101

  13. geerky42
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    No. You can use 30 60 90 triangle to figure out height. You have half base = \(4\sqrt3\) To find height, you just multiply half of base by \(\sqrt3\) So you have \((4\sqrt3)\cdot\sqrt3\)

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    Which is what?

  15. anonymous
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    abcdef

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    c is the answer @geerky42

  17. geerky42
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    How?

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