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Q: Assuming A squared plus b squared equals c squared and a equals 6 and b equals 8 what is c?

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The therom is used to find right triangles. The fourmula is A squared plus B squared equals C squared. Right now draw a right triangle on a sheet of paper. The two strait lines label A and B then the slanted side C. C is called the hypotineus. Now make A 6 squared and B 9 squared. Then write the fourmula and fit in the numbers now find out what 6 and 9 squared are. After you will see that you will 36 for 6 squared and 81 for 9 squared, then add them together. You will get 117, C is the square root of 117 so that would become 10.816653 rounded. Then square it and you have your hypotineus, And you just did the pathagreon therom. :-)

8.48, 6 squared+6 squared= c squared

x=2

20+3b = 20 + 3(-6) = 20-18 = 2

6 squared = 3 squared + x squared if x is the height (altitude) of the triangle 36 = 9+x squared x squared =27 so x = 3 sqrt3 = 5.19615

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(-4,-6)

2 squared plus 2 x 3 = 10, 7 squared plus 7 x 2 = 63, 6 squared plus 6 x 5 = 66,8 squared plus 8 x 4 = 96 so 9 squared plus 9 x 7 = 81 + 63 = 144.

X squared = x+6 6+x=x squared X=6

b = sqrt32 or 4 root 2

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The discriminant is 121.

x = plus or minus 6.

6 squared plus 9 squared is equal to 117.

6 squared = 6*6 = 36

x = the square root of -2

The graph is a circle with a radius of 6, centered at the origin.

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