# math

Three ballet dancers are positioned on stage. Noah is 6.3 feet straight behind Cassie and 2 feet directly left of Brandy. When the music begins, Noah twirls to Brandy's position, then leaps to Cassie's position, and finally walks back to his original position. How far did Noah travel? If necessary, round to the nearest tenth.

feet

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asked by Anonymous
1. what i did ms sue

a2 b6.3=c?

my answer is 6.6 but he walk back from original position so I add 2+6.3
equal 8.3 feet

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posted by Anonymous
2. help me if im right?

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posted by Anonymous
3. d = NB + BC + CN.
d = 2 + sqrt(6.3^2+2^2) + 6.3.
d = 2 + 6.6 + 6.3 = 14.9 Ft.
So Noah covered a distance(d) equal to the perimeter of a rt. triangle:
a = 2 Ft.
b = 6.3 Ft.
c = 6.6 Ft.
P = a + b + c = 14.9 Ft.

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posted by Henry

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