Are you asking for an answer?? hahaha.. dude, that’s our topic in geometry right now. Pythagorean theorem if i’m not mistaken. x=5
Haha, that picture is great. I wish more blogs were like this.
Ack. maths xD. I’m not capable of working stuff like that out yet.. cause I’m a stupid kid o_O”
Iiiik! Math! I’m pretty sure that’s what they mean about “died of fear”.
42 + 32 = 25
So x = 5! Yep, Hazel was right
And it is Pythagorean theorem. Pythagoras is the name of the person who came up with the theorem
That’s rather odd. I remember learning it as the Pythagoras theorem. Honestly, I’ve never came across Pythagorean before :?
Whoah… the square thing didn’t work, so it’s supposed to be 4 squared plus 3 squared Sorry about that.
using pythagoras theorem, add the square of both sides to give you the square of x, which is 25. therefore x is 5.
hope it helps =)
Haha cute!! Yeah, it’s 5 like everyone else said if you were looking for the answer though. I actually liked Geometry…well better than Algebra. I’m in Algebra 2 now though, and I think it’s easier than Algebra 1 lol weirrdd.
omg.. that’s great! lmao. I wish I would have been that clever when I had geometry lmao
Haha. I like that.
haha. That’ll show those teachers.
hahaha lol. I believe it’s 5 lol. Kids ARE smart, you’re right.
x = square root of 4 square+ 3 squared
so it’s going to be square root of 16 + 9 = square root of 25
therefore, the answer would be x = 5.
Wow. I answered it. @_@
x = 5
yes me too! I hate school right now so much right now and yes, I had really fun very nice site you have here, and thanks for the comment!
haha thats funny i’ll totally show that to my teacher!
Lol. Imagine giving that to kindergarten children.
Using Pythagoras theorem, x = 5
Hey, nice site. And lol, that’s hilarious. It would be nice if that was the real answer. Lol.
Omg, YES. I just had Geometry last year and I wanted to give my teacher this answer to every one of his questions ;P
In your “Girl” section, you mentioned that you recently read a story in poetry format. Those are really awesome. Have you read “Jinx” or “One Night” by Margaret Wild? Those are great. I intend on reading that “One of those Hideous Books Where the Mother Dies” because I heard of it before.
Btw, I’m Korean, but most people think that I look incredibly older for my age (which is just 15). But then my mother looks young for her age. Maybe I will have a transition when I get older XD!
I feel like that way too often.
ROFLMAO. Maths! I’m a Maths nerd xD!!! It’s 5! (No cheating, ne!)
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