Everyone sit download. Class is about to start.

Have you all been good today?

Have you all been good today?

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>>12272816

the little square in the corner means there is a 90 degree angle between the two 19s.

the little square in the corner means there is a 90 degree angle between the two 19s.

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>>12272816

it has a 90 degree mark, and a congruent side mark. obviously, the congruent side mark is the incorrect one, because the right angel and x both work togeather.

it has a 90 degree mark, and a congruent side mark. obviously, the congruent side mark is the incorrect one, because the right angel and x both work togeather.

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Aha, here is the mathematician's trick to this problem!

You see, it is a model. Notice how there's no words to accompany the "problem" on the board?

Which means that even though it LOOKS like a triangle to our eyes, it doesn't have to be. In fact, it cannot be, judging by the right angle and congruency lines.

And models do not have to be to scale or accurate to what they are representing, it just really helps a lot if they are.

In other words, this image is clearly either an unclosed polygon or has more than three sides. These things are simply either too subtle to see or not represented in the model!

The answer is that X equals 19, since despite the inaccuracy of the model, the standard symbolization is still there to indicate that X is equal to the other visible sides.

You see, it is a model. Notice how there's no words to accompany the "problem" on the board?

Which means that even though it LOOKS like a triangle to our eyes, it doesn't have to be. In fact, it cannot be, judging by the right angle and congruency lines.

And models do not have to be to scale or accurate to what they are representing, it just really helps a lot if they are.

In other words, this image is clearly either an unclosed polygon or has more than three sides. These things are simply either too subtle to see or not represented in the model!

The answer is that X equals 19, since despite the inaccuracy of the model, the standard symbolization is still there to indicate that X is equal to the other visible sides.

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On a serious point- high school mathematics taught you that all problems have a solution. It's not true.

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>>12272933

yes its true, just not all solutions are real, or rational, or existant at all.

yes its true, just not all solutions are real, or rational, or existant at all.

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>>12272910

It is one thing to be willfully ignorant, but continuing on with this bull shit because you are ignorant makes me kinda wish you would die.

It is one thing to be willfully ignorant, but continuing on with this bull shit because you are ignorant makes me kinda wish you would die.

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Quoted By: >>12273062 >>12273077

You really don't know how to use sage, do you? All you're doing is bumping the thread.