Posted by **Dee** on Sunday, July 22, 2007 at 1:29am.

I have a triangle one side = 3

side 2 = square root5 - square root 3

side 3 = square root 5 + square root 3

I can get the answer 3 and I know I am missing the square root part of the equation can you help me by showing how this problem is worked so I can see where I am missing it?

What are you trying to solve?

the perimeter,

ã5 - ã(3 ) side 1

ã5 + ã(3 ) side 2

4 side 3

It looks like the side 1 and 2 cancel out each other just leaving side 3 with is 4. Is this correct?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - determine the area of triangle abc when side ab= square root of x, side ...
- Algebra - Rationalize each expression by building perfect nth root factors for ...
- 7th grade math Ms. Sue please - 2. Shelly sews a blanket that has an area of 170...
- Pre-Calculus - (not sure how to type square root of) square root of 3x - 4 = (x-...
- math - Please help I'm so confused!!!! 1. Which two square roots are used to ...
- Math simplifying mixed radicals - Please help me simplify these following mixed ...
- Math ~CHECK MY ANSWER~ - 1) Which of these is a rational number? a. Pi b. Square...
- Calculus - A rectangle is bounded by the x axis and the semicircle = square root...
- Math - Just need some help... Directions: Multiply or raise to the power as ...
- Algebra - Solve 2+ the square root of 4-x=x what is your question? ok lets start...

More Related Questions