they are the same length
to solve this, let's draw lines ae and de. since ab = cd, gd = fa. using the pythagorean theorem, we have that ef^2 = ae^2-fa^2 and eg^2 = de^2-dg^2. because ae and de are radii of the same circle, they are equal, and since dg = fa, we can find that eg^2 = ae^2-fa^2 too, so this means that they are the same length.
i originally put fa switched, so it was an acronym for a bad word. good thing i found out!
60 = 2^2·3·5
104/2 = 2·6 + 2·5 + 6·5
the side length are 2, 5 and 6 meters.
1/4 of the water is dumped, meaning that is 3 lbs. 1/4 is 3 lbs. 3x4 is 12. 15.5 - 12 = 3
when you simplify 2/4 it equals 1/2. making them both equal the same.
2/3 when you double the numbers to make a bigger fraction you make 4/6.
2x2 = 4/ 3x3= /6 = 4/6
3/9 simplified is 1/3. three goes into three one time, making the top one and three goes into 9 three times making the bottom 3.
when 9/12 is rounded down it is equivalent to 3/4