emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
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emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
@MysticalFlames
anonymous
  • anonymous
one sec I'ma graph it

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anonymous
  • anonymous
the triangle at the bottom, is that your answer?
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
No that was there.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay great
anonymous
  • anonymous
dang I'm so confused, could I help with another?
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
yeah one second.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Okay so there are some on here where its like you answer in a. b. and c. so when you answer can you clarify which is which? @MysticalFlames
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
emmynimmy
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emmynimmy
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay I'll try that
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Thanks so much!
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
I just replied to your message on google btw.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I got #1! Oh okay I can't use hangouts rn but I'll reply when I can :D
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
okay thanks so much.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay so: To find the area of the hexagon, we need to divide the picture into a triangle Find the area of each triangle Finally add the area of triangles to get the area of the hexagon.
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Is that what I put?
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait one sec there's a little more
anonymous
  • anonymous
To find the area of the hexagon, we need to divide the picture into a triangle Find the area of the triangle (Base*height/2). Finally add the area of triangles to get the area of the hexagon. <-- just put that
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
You're so smart, thanks so much bby.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks :)
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Tell me when you get the others.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay I'm solving rn
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay I got #2!
anonymous
  • anonymous
In 3 dimensions, think of a cube with one corner on the origin (0,0,0) and the opposite corner on (7,7,7). The distance = square root (49 + 49 + 49) = square root (147) = 12.124 cm
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay that looks complicated let me simplify, here's what you write:
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Thank you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
In 3 dimensions, a cube with one corner on the origin (0,0,0) and the opposite corner on (7,7,7). The distance = square root (49 + 49 + 49) = square root (147) = 12.124 cm
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
So thats what ill put for number 2?
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
but how would i separate it for a and b
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't think you need to
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
So that answer should be okay?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, I hope.
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Thanks so much! I think number 3 is all thats left. If theres anything I can help you with, I'd love to.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh btw: for #1 you could also write this: If we write down the formula for finding the area of a hexagon with a given apothem, write down the apothem. Use the apothem to find the perimeter. Plug all of the known quantities into the formula, and simplify.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! I'll let you know if there's anything :) So #3 is all? There's nothing else?
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
I think thats it, ill look after and let you know. Im so pissed my microsoft word just failed so bad.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, hey I gtg for a while but this is what I have for now: the slope of the line (PG) = -4/3 the slope of the line (MR) = -4/3 then since both slopes are equivalent , we deduce that (PG) and (MR) are parallel , thus (PM) and (GR) are parallel as well, then PGRM is a parallelogram.
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
When will you be able to get back on?
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Is there anyway to communicate?
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
for 5a, change (a,b) to (-a,-b) to get the image
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
e.g R is (3,2) so image is (-3,-2)
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
5b, change (a,b) to (-a,b)
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
5c, do what the question says
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
@emmynimmy
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Im so confused.
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
5 a? I don't think i have 5a.
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
The first question you posted says 5 on the top, and have sub questions a b and c
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
Oh tanks ill look over it tomorrow.!
caozeyuan
  • caozeyuan
do you need help on the otters questions you posted below
emmynimmy
  • emmynimmy
I will maybe later but I think he gave me the correct answers, ill let you know tomorrow, goodnight!

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