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so ive got 3/4 marks needed to prove this question but i have no idea where to get the 4th mark from so i would really appreciate it if someone could tell me what im missing thank u
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(Original post by malaikax04)
so ive got 3/4 marks needed to prove this question but i have no idea where to get the 4th mark from so i would really appreciate it if someone could tell me what im missing thank u
You seem to have used Pythagoras' theorem OK. The first sentence you write is "dodgy"!
The rest seems OK but you haven't pulled the other three lines together to concluded that the two triangles are actually similar, which I think is the 4th mark (actually, are they ... congruent?)
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