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    There's no question.
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    (Original post by an_atheist)
    There's no question.
    Here it is you was to quick! 🙂

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    Here it is you was to quick! 🙂

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    What's the question?
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    (Original post by NotNotBatman)
    What's the question?
    The triangle on the left
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    The triangle on the left
    What about it?
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    You need to find the Adjacent length?

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    (Original post by Trevish)
    You need to find the Adjacent length?

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    you can use Pythagoras' Theorem to find the third side ?

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    Yes
    It's a right angled triangle, use a^2+b^2=c^2 from pythagoras. or use the cosine rule.
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    you can use Pythagoras' Theorem to find the third side ?

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    True never thought of that so it would be A^2 + 41.9^2 = 65.3^2

    I would then do 65.3^2 - 41.9^2 and then finally square root the sum of 65.3^2 - 41.9^2 ???
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    True never thought of that so it would be A^2 + 41.9^2 = 65.3^2

    I would then do 65.3^2 - 41.9^2 and then finally square root the sum of 65.3^2 - 41.9^2 ???
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    Lol so is a = 50.1cm ??
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    Lol so is a = 50.1cm ??
    that looks OK
 
 
 
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