Thursday, September 23, 2010

First relevant post

This post is more likely to not be relevant but whatever. So tonight I spent my night asking people on Omegle to solve this.




Only 2 out of the 30 or so people solved the problem. It's quite a simple Geometry problem, can you solve it?

19 comments:

  1. I could, but that wouldn't be much fun.

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  2. Don't the ' - ' on each leg of the triangle mean they're of equal length?

    It's been awhile for me since I did any geometry...

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  3. x=19. That angle is not marked as a right one, while all 3 sides are marked as of equal length.

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  4. exactly 19, since there all marked the same length, so we just assume the teacher cant draw for shit

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  5. the answer is X. it says right there.

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  7. a^2+b^2=C^2
    (19x19)+(19x19)
    361+361=722
    sqrt of 722 is 26.87

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  8. It's definitely 19 if you think about it. Tempting to use Pythagoras' theorem, though!

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  9. i believe the answer is derp^7

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  10. This blog kicks angle-side-side if you know what I mean.

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  11. @jacku
    Wrong, its not necessarily a right triangle

    Theyre all the same because of the hash marks, it indicates congruity.

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