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OnePieceFTW

  • one year ago

What is the length, in units, of segment CD?

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  1. OnePieceFTW
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  2. sam_pi
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    I think the correct answer is CD= 7√2 it is 45:45:90 triangle which means the answer is x:x:x√2 7:7:7√2

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    Bud, I have four choices: 6, 8.5, 7, and 9.8. I have ruled out 6 and 7 given that the adjacent of ADC is the same as the hypotenuse of ABC. Any idea of a dilation factor?

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    7√2=9.89949 , after simplifying it should be 9.9 but the the closest answer from the options is 9.8

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