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  • one year ago

Two cars A and B start at the same time in opposite directions and cover 4 miles. Now each car turn left and covers 3 miles.What is their aerial distance?

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  1. anonymous
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    @Miracrown

  2. wolf1728
    • one year ago
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    We don't know the distance when they started.

  3. marigirl
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    Cant we say they both have the same starting point? and going 4miles in opposite directions

  4. wolf1728
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    Okay so they start at the same time AND place. :-)

  5. anonymous
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    question is just like dat,i am imagining that they are starting from the same point @wolf1728

  6. anonymous
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    yup @marigirl

  7. marigirl
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    |dw:1440488639425:dw|

  8. marigirl
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    could we use pythagoras? and obtain side x?

  9. wolf1728
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    Sure

  10. anonymous
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    yeshen we get x=5

  11. wolf1728
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    Making their aerial distance 10 miles

  12. anonymous
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    aerial dstance stands for?

  13. marigirl
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    The distance between two points is the length of a straight line segment that links them

  14. marigirl
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    my drawing was a bit of a fail, but ideally one line should connect both end points

  15. anonymous
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    no u wer superb, diagram makes damn clear bout the question .@marigirl

  16. wolf1728
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    Yes, the diagram was quite good.

  17. anonymous
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    thankyou so mch guys @wolf1728

  18. wolf1728
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    Okay glad to help out and marigirl helped quite a bit

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