Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the graph of f(x) and g(x)= f(x-3)?
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the length of the remaining side is sqrt (105.79). (approximately 10.29 )
this is a right triangle (meaning it has a 90 degree angle) so the pythagorean theorem applies. this states that
a^2 + b^2 = c^2
where "a" and "b" are the sides of the triangle and "c" is the hypotenuse (longest side). suppose we call the side in the diagram without a length "a". then by pythagoras
a^2 + (3.9)^2 = 11^ 2 =>
a^2 + 15.21 = 121 => subtract 15.21 from both sides
a^2 = 121 - 15.21 = 105.79 => take the square root of both sides
a = sqrt (105.79) which is approximately 10.29
step-by-step explanation if the formula your using is v=lwh and the side length is 5 then the width and height is 5 which is 5x5x5 or 5^3 which is 125