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    107.7?

    how does c^2=(40)^2+(100)^2 equal 107.7

    i thought it would be 11600. it was an example given to use by our teacher and it doesnt make ense
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    $\displaystyle c^2=40^2+100^2 $

    $\displaystyle c=\sqrt{40^2+100^2} $

    $\displaystyle c=\sqrt{11600} $

    $\displaystyle c=107.7 $
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    uh dur... thnx
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