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    Help finding X

    Using the Pythagorean Theorem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by takersgirl007 View Post
    Using the Pythagorean Theorem...

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    ok ... use the Pythagorean theorem. what do you get for x ?
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    well when i worked it out i got X=4.2, but i didnt think it was right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by takersgirl007 View Post
    well when i worked it out i got X=4.2, but i didnt think it was right?
    if you're allowed to use a calculator, then that is correct.
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    thanks..=)
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