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Great post patrick, I liked that you have the answers for them and i understand that some of them are hard. I liked that your post is very neat and descriptive but you should add a video and a link.

Nice post Patrick. I liked the pictures and it is very neat and organized. Also I liked that you showed all your work. Next time add a video and link. Other than that, great job.

Good job, Patrick! I have the answer to 14. So, you can see that there are two triangles. They gave you a smaller triangle and a larger one, which is the whole triangle. The information provided is, how long the hypotenuse is for the smaller triangle and how long "a" (or one of the legs) are for both triangles. So, the easiest thing to do is find is "b" because the gave you the length of the hypotenuse, which was 5cm, and they gave you length of "a", which was 3cm. So, you do c2-a2=b2 and the answer is 4cm. So, now you know the length of "b". To find "a" for the bigger triangle you add 3+3, which equals 6cm. So "a" is 6cm. And now all you need to find is "c" the hypotenuse. So you do, a2+b2=c2. and the answer is 7.21cm

Good job, Patrick! Next time you may want to consider adding a video.

The hypotenuse for b is 5m. So 3m squared is 9m, 5m squared is 25m and if you subtract them it equals 16m. Then you square root 16m and it equals 4m. b=4m

The hypotenuse of c is 7.2m because 4m squared is 16m and 6m squared is 36m. So add them together, 16+36=52. 52 square root is 7.2, rounded to nearest tenth. c=7.2m

Great post patrick, I liked that you have the answers for them and i understand that some of them are hard. I liked that your post is very neat and descriptive but you should add a video and a link.

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ReplyDeleteNice post Patrick. I liked the pictures and it is very neat and organized. Also I liked that you showed all your work. Next time add a video and link. Other than that, great job.

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ReplyDeleteGood job, Patrick!

ReplyDeleteI have the answer to 14.So, you can see that there aretwotriangles. They gave you a smaller triangle and a larger one, which is the whole triangle. The information provided is, how long the hypotenuse is for the smaller triangle and how long "a" (or one of the legs) are for both triangles. So, the easiest thing to do is find is "b" because the gave you the length of the hypotenuse, which was 5cm, and they gave you length of "a", which was 3cm. So, you doc2-a2=b2and the answer is 4cm. So, now you know the length of "b". To find "a" for the bigger triangle you add3+3, which equals 6cm. So "a" is 6cm. And now all you need to find is "c" the hypotenuse. So you do,a2+b2=c2. and the answer is 7.21cmFor number 14 I got :

ReplyDelete14) c²-a²=b²

5²-3²=b²

25-9=b²

16m²=b²

√16m²=√b²

4m=b

The length of b is 4m.

a²+b²=c²

6²+4²=c²

36+16=c²

52m²=c²

√52m²=√c²

7.2m=c

The length of c is 7.2m.

i just found out how to do it, thank you julibella and glenesse :D

ReplyDeleteGood job, Patrick! Next time you may want to consider adding a video.

ReplyDeleteThe hypotenuse for b is 5m. So 3m squared is 9m, 5m squared is 25m and if you subtract them it equals 16m. Then you square root 16m and it equals 4m. b=4m

The hypotenuse of c is 7.2m because 4m squared is 16m and 6m squared is 36m. So add them together, 16+36=52. 52 square root is 7.2, rounded to nearest tenth.

c=7.2m

Hope this helps!

Good job Patrick. I like the pictures and it is all very organized.

ReplyDeleteGreat job, Patrick. I liked how you showed your work using pictures. It was also neat and organized but next time add a video and a link.

ReplyDeleteGood Job Patty! I really like how you showed your work and the pictures you added are really pro! BUT next time add a video and a link :)

ReplyDeleteGoof Job, i like, but having a video would have been an excellent idea.

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