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1. Hello my fellow maths helpers, so there are two questions that I am slightly stuck on..
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2. 4 triangles and a square =
2 triangles and 2 squares =
3. the first question is simultaneous equations, let me get u started

4T + 1S = 175 ;
2T + 2S = 161

work out the area of each square and each triangle, from there you can go and work out the lengths.
4. (Original post by ajaxkiller)
the first question is simultaneous equations, let me get u started

4T + 1S = 175 ;
2T + 2S = 161

work out the area of each square and each triangle, from there you can go and work out the lengths.
i dont think that's working out for me im getting T=2.3 AND S=165.8
5. (Original post by ajaxkiller)
the first question is simultaneous equations, let me get u started

4T + 1S = 175 ;
2T + 2S = 161

work out the area of each square and each triangle, from there you can go and work out the lengths.
Acc nope, yep I get it i now got T=31.5 AND S=49
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
4 triangles and a square =
2 triangles and 2 squares =
So would the answer be...
7 for the side length of the square and for the height of the triangle is 9?
7. (Original post by User23)
So would the answer be...
7 for the side length of the square and for the height of the triangle is 9?
I have not done it
8. (Original post by User23)
So would the answer be...
7 for the side length of the square and for the height of the triangle is 9?
yes, that's correct
9. (Original post by ajaxkiller)
yes, that's correct
yayay!! thanks x

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