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Pythagorean Theorem iRespond Review CCGPS Math 8 Palmer Middle School

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A suitcase measures 25 inches long and 14 inches wide. What is the diagonal length of the suitcase to the nearest tenth of an inch? A.) 20.2 in B.) 31.8 in C.) 26.4 in D.) 28.7 in

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In a right triangle, if the hypotenuse measures 30cm and one leg measures 18cm, what is the length of the missing leg? A.) 15 cm B.) 10 cm C.) 24 cm D.) 13 cm

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Tyler leaves his home and rides his bicycle 7km north. He then turns and cycles 5km west ending at a friend's house. Calculate the shortest distance between Tyler's house and his friend's house to the nearest tenth of a kilometer. A.) 12.0 km B.) 8.6 km C.) 8.1 km D.) 12.5 km

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The mast of a sailboat is 4m high and measures 9m on the diagonal. What is the distance to the nearest tenth of meter from the bottom of the mast to the tip of the diagonal of the sail? A.) 8.9 m B.) 7.4 m C.) 8.1 m D.) 7.8 m

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After a long day of painting, Ryan rests his 16ft ladder against the wall. The distance from the base of the ladder to the wall is 6.3 ft. To the nearest tenth of a foot, how far up the wall does the ladder reach? A.) 22.3 ft B.) 14.7 ft C.) 14.1 ft D.) 9.7 ft

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A ramp is placed from a ditch to a main road which is 2 ft above the ditch. If the length of the ramp is 12 ft, how far away is the bottom of the ramp from the road to the nearest tenth of a foot? A.) 11.8 ft B.) 10 ft C.) 11.1 ft D.) 14 ft

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Christian wants to swim across a river that is 40 meters wide. He begins swimming perpendicular to the shore he started from but ends up 10 meters down river from where he started because of the current. To the nearest tenth of a meter, how far did he actually swim from his starting point? A.) 38.7 B.) 45.6 m C.) 50 m D.) 41.2 m

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Determine if the following measurements can make a right triangle: 8. 15, 17. A.) Yes B.) No

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Determine if the following side lengths can make up a right triangle: 9, 13, 20. A.) Yes B.) No

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