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    The leg of a right triangle is 4 units and the hypotenuse is 9 units. What is the length, in units, of the other leg of the triangle? square root 97 units 97 units square root 65 units 65 units

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    okay so 4*4

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    16

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    this is fun :D

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    9*9

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    81

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    81-16

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    81-16=65

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    Good job!! That isn't a perfect square so you would leave it as the square root of 65

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    :D

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    ok explan to me why it isnt a perfect square (so i can under stand

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    Of course, a perfect square is a number that can be square rooted and end up with a whole number. For example, 64. because if you square root 64 you get 8. Or 16, because 16 square rooted is 4. Do you get it now?

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    wait so it would look like this.and yes i get it now|dw:1438107841850:dw|

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    cause i just put 65

  16. anonymous
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    yes, exactly. :)

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