@ Angie - math

Angie, I've reposted your question. You've posted this several times on other people's questions. That's called piggy-backing here and we delete posts that interfere with others' questions.

Name: Angie
Subject: math
Message: Chad climbs a 57-foot tower to ride a straight water slide. After landing in the splash pool, he walks 76 feet back to the base of the tower. How far did he travel in all? If necessary, round to the nearest tenth. ms sue im not sure if this right? my answer is 95feet

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Ms. Sue
  1. He made a right angle triangle, so we can use the Pythagorean Theorem.

    a^2 + b^2 = c^2
    57^2 + 76^2 = c^2
    3,249 + 5,776 = 9,025
    c = 95

    The total he traveled is 95 + 57 + 76 = ?

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  2. thank you so much yes idi pythagorean theorem but im not sure if c is the looking problem but im right thans a lot

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  3. 228 feet

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  4. Yes, he traveled 228 feet.

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