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  • one year ago

right triangle a=3 and b=3 A. what is the value of c written in simplified radical form B. what is the value of c rounded to the nearest hundredth

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  1. anonymous
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    are we dealing with Pythagorean theorem?

  2. anonymous
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    Hello @dog1234?

  3. anonymous
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    I'm assuming that it is seeing now that its a triangle, sorry!!

  4. anonymous
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    can you see what I am typing now okay

  5. anonymous
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    it is showing me that I am in there now I can see everything you are writing and my math question

  6. anonymous
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    yes my open study wouldn't load but anyways are you aware of what Pythagorean theorem?

  7. anonymous
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    I am in the chat now but am not seeing you there

  8. anonymous
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    what you are not really supposed to be in the chat? if you want help on this question, just type here for now k. do you know what the Pythagorean theorem is?

  9. anonymous
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    a^2 + b^ =C

  10. anonymous
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    yes!! so if a=3 and b=3 then what is the new equation?

  11. anonymous
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    I know that he hypothese is the longest side

  12. anonymous
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    hold on gtg ill be back in a lash dont freak if u see i leave this question k?

  13. anonymous
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    I came up with 9^2 + 9^2 =162

  14. anonymous
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    I just am not sure if I am doing this right nor how to write this in a radical equation simplified.

  15. anonymous
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    im back, lol and well yes and no??? the equation would just be replacing for now k

  16. anonymous
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    so a would be replaced by what

  17. anonymous
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    I think a 9

  18. anonymous
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    or 81

  19. anonymous
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    uhm no... it said a=3 in the beginning so what would a=

  20. anonymous
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    3

  21. anonymous
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    yes and if it said b=3 in the begining then b=3 as well so you have a new equation!! 3^2+3^2=c^2 got it?

  22. anonymous
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    Yes but is that radical form simplified

  23. anonymous
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    no no you do that at the end!!

  24. anonymous
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    now would I write 9^2 +9^2 =81

  25. anonymous
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    i mean 162

  26. anonymous
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    no... you would now begin to break it down like an equation

  27. anonymous
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    like this... 3*3=what?

  28. anonymous
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    |dw:1443457358405:dw|

  29. anonymous
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    9

  30. anonymous
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    no think simple k, 3*3=9 so now u have a simplified expression 9+9=c^2 oh wait yes 9 is right sorry!1

  31. anonymous
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    so in other words 18=c^2 got it

  32. anonymous
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    yes so I done 3^2 +3^2 =81

  33. anonymous
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    hold on i caught a mistake, i gonna draw the process for u

  34. anonymous
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    okay

  35. anonymous
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    |dw:1443457746581:dw|

  36. anonymous
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    thats square root of 18!

  37. anonymous
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    what is square root of 18 i mean

  38. anonymous
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    are you sure I not suppose to multiply the 3^2 +3^2

  39. anonymous
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    yep check this site http://www.mathsisfun.com/pythagoras.html

  40. anonymous
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    how do I round it to the nearest hundreth

  41. anonymous
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    well what is the square root of 18? i got 4.24264.....so where is the hundredth place?

  42. anonymous
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    I think it is the four

  43. anonymous
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    would it stay a four or would I round to 400

  44. anonymous
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    18 would equal c

  45. anonymous
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    but the first question is asking for this in simplified rational form so you basically just reduce it by its square root so the 4.24264..... becomes2.05 so problem #1=2.05 as for b which 4 are you saying the 1st one second one or third one?

  46. anonymous
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    oh sorry the third one

  47. anonymous
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    well im confused lol do u mean the third four or the third didgit

  48. anonymous
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    like the 4.24 I think I would round the four the last four

  49. anonymous
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    squared 18 is 2.05

  50. anonymous
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    there is also a minitool phythorem calculator website but it is confusing

  51. anonymous
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    yes!! wait im really confused now are they talking about the original value for c or the rationalized value for c so yes its either 4.24 or 2.05 sense 2.05 is already in the hundredth place?

  52. anonymous
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    on c it is just the answer I think rounded to the nearest hundredth

  53. anonymous
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    so its 4.24

  54. anonymous
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    and 4.24 is already in the hundreth place isn't it should I use the 2.05?

  55. anonymous
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    up in the drawling does 18=2.05 or does it equal c

  56. anonymous
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    no we made 2.24 in the hundredth place!!! so I think that #1-2.05 and #2-2.24 and c=2.05 or 4.24 depending on the question k

  57. anonymous
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    gtg be right back k

  58. anonymous
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    okay

  59. anonymous
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    are you coming back

  60. anonymous
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    yeah i came back sorry, but those are your answers

  61. anonymous
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    Thank you and I appreciate all your help

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