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    Quote Originally Posted by Danshader View Post
    er where did you get your 6 from? dividing it with 2 and multiplying it with 12 is correct but 6 is not correct.

    or if you area taking 6 as the base then 12 is not correct
    12/2 = 6...bottom base..of the triangle
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    Quote Originally Posted by zachcumer View Post
    12/2 = 6...bottom base..of the triangle
    ok then taking your height as 12 is not correct o.o". you need to calculate the height using pythagoras theorem
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    ok...A = 3√108 times 2.
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    yup that's right
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    Look At This!

    look at this:

    attached...

    I think: x^2 + 12√3^2 = 12^3^2
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    I got: 12√3 divided by 2 times 12√3...equals 216..then you multiply by 3..
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    I did something wrong

    I did something wrong I believe! Dunno..
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