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Can some one please help me step by step to solve these two problems? Screen shots included. Medal!

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- anonymous

I'm not sure... I may get the question wrong. You should probably use this formula A=1/2 BH

- anonymous

This is my first time doing this I need like a step by step on how to do it

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- anonymous

Hmm, I'm sorry.. I dont get it either lol really wish I did.. but it's confusing

- calculusxy

Use the Pythagorean Theorem
\[a^2 + b^2 = c^2 \]

- welshfella

use pythagorss theorem

- calculusxy

For question 1 we know that a = 16 and b = 63
so let's plug that into the formula to find c (hypotenuse)
\[16^2 + 63^2 = c^2 \]

- anonymous

16^2 + 63^ =c^2
lol

- calculusxy

Do you understand how to find the answer to this problem?

- anonymous

4,225?

- calculusxy

Good and then find the aquaria root of 4,225 because when c is being squared, it equals to 4225.

- calculusxy

*square root

- anonymous

65

- calculusxy

correct!

- anonymous

Thank you can you wait until I do the second problem so i can see if its right?

- calculusxy

Sure !

- anonymous

would the answer be 3.5805.?

- calculusxy

Let's check!
\[a^2 + 2.1^2 = 2.9^2\]
\[a^2 = 4\] (because 2.9^2 - 2.1^2)
\[a = \sqrt4\]

- anonymous

ohhh okay! I just plugged it in wrong

- anonymous

Thank you! I'll contact you if i need help with anything else

- calculusxy

Sure! and You're welcome :)

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