How do I find FG? Can anyone help?
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Indication: Use cosine theorem (also known as generalization of the Pythagorean theorem).
Originally Posted by xerito How do I find FG? Can anyone help? 1. Split the triangle into 2 congruent 30-60-right-triangles. That means h = 5. 2. FG = 2x $\displaystyle x^2+5^2=10^2~\implies~x=5\sqrt{3}$ Therefore $\displaystyle FG = 10\sqrt{3}$
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