The lawn in front of Pythagoras Jr. High is in the shape of a rectangle 24m long and 10 m wide. How many meters shorter is your walk if you walk diagonally across the lawn rather than along two sides of it? How do you solve this?
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From the problem we see that the triangle that is obtained by drawing the diagonal line is
h=square-root(b^2 + w^2)= square-root(10^2 + 24^2)
h=square-root(100 + 576)=square-root(676)=26 m
J = (24+10)-26 = 34-26=8m
You walk 8 m shorter.
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