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can you give me the values that you have...i could not read you picture dan
BE=CD-37cm BF=26cm FC=14cm
Let EH represent the perpendicular line drawn from E to BC, i.e. the height. Now, But, (half the height). Thus, . Now use similar triangles, Thus, Thus, Thus, Thus, Then, Then, Thus, Thus, Finally Pythagorean theorem, Thus, Thus, Thus, Thus,
tyvm this site pwns
Originally Posted by AHDDM tyvm this site pwns Yes, I am old. Can you say that again in English? -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Yes, I am old. Can you say that again in English? You are only 36, extremely young age for a physisit. --- Thank you very much. This site pwns. Pwns stands for Pawns, as in wins/awesome. Example, "ThePerfectHacker pawned the n00bish team with cheats in Battlefield 2"
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker You are only 36, extremely young age for a physisit. --- Thank you very much. This site pwns. Pwns stands for Pawns, as in wins/awesome. Example, "ThePerfectHacker pawned the n00bish team with cheats in Battlefield 2" Oookay, I'll have to look that one up in my chess-book. Just for reference, "tyvm" is "thank you very much?" (Do you know I can actually type out the words in that faster than I can type tyvm?) -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Oookay, I'll have to look that one up in my chess-book. Just for reference, "tyvm" is "thank you very much?" (Do you know I can actually type out the words in that faster than I can type tyvm?) -Dan The sad thing is that some of us can now type it in faster than it takes to decipher the abreviation. RonL
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