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What is the length of AD in the figure above?

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Bunuel wrote:
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What is the length of AD in the figure above?

A 3√5
B 3√3
C 8
D 8√3
E 9√2


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BC = 8
so side of base = 8-5 = 3
apply phythogerous
6^2 +3^2 = sqrt 45
IMO A 3√5
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New post 19 Jan 2019, 00:49
Pythagorean triples to know are 3-4-5 and 5-12-13
Recognise that 6-8-10 is double 3-4-5

The bottom edge of the large triangle is 8.
8-5=3

\(3^2+6^2=h^2\)
9+36=\(h^2\)
h=√45
h=√(9·5)
h=√9·√5
h=3√5
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