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help me and you wil get a medal Note: Figure is not drawn to scale. If l = 12 cm and m = 5 cm, what is the length of n? A. 13 cm B. 14 cm C. 11 cm D. 10 cm https://app150.studyisland.com/pics/192060pic5.png

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  1. rayman5766
    • one year ago
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    any one can please help me on this

  2. rayman5766
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    hi can you help me

  3. rayman5766
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    @KAKES1967

  4. hartnn
    • one year ago
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    do you know about pythagoras theorem?

  5. rayman5766
    • one year ago
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    no I want but I think I heard it some were

  6. rayman5766
    • one year ago
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    but I can look it up real quick

  7. hartnn
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    In a right triangle with legs, l and m, and hypotenuse as n, \(\Large n^2 = l^2+m^2\) you have values of l and m, find n

  8. rayman5766
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    I would assume that A would be my answer

  9. hartnn
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    why would you "assume" ? be sure, n^2 + 12^2+5^2 = 144 +25 n^2 =169 so, n =13

  10. rayman5766
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    well I assume it because I looked like n but n was slanted plus it looked longer so I went with my common since

  11. rayman5766
    • one year ago
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    but your way is much better

  12. hartnn
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    your logic would eliminate c and d, so not bad :)

  13. rayman5766
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    thanks I try

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