My thoughts.I walked out astounded that I couldn't draw some triangles
first u had to divide it into right angled ones and then into 2 isosceles in each ... that was how it related to the first question.... dammit wish i'd thought of itwtf? i thought we had to divide it into 4 isoceles triangles?
Would we still have received the mark if we didn't put the right angles in?I can't believe so many people couldn't do this question!
what do you think c) i) to c) iv) were for?
simply construct a line from the top corner to the hypotenuse, and you've got two of the triangles like the one right above it, then construct line bisectors in both and voila.
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YES THAT'S WHAT I DID! =)I can't believe so many people couldn't do this question!
what do you think c) i) to c) iv) were for?
simply construct a line from the top corner to the hypotenuse, and you've got two of the triangles like the one right above it, then construct line bisectors in both and voila.
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This makes sense, as long as you make it clear that "E" and "F" are the midpoints you should be fine,errr....u only need the right angles when u divide it the first time down the middle
the other line goes across the middle, dividing the two sides into equal parts (lines intersecting parallel lines in the same ratio)
then its the same idea as the previous part, the other triangles arent necessarily right angled
thats not 4 isosceles triangles thats 4 isosceles trianges and 2 right angle trianglesI can't believe so many people couldn't do this question!
what do you think c) i) to c) iv) were for?
simply construct a line from the top corner to the hypotenuse, and you've got two of the triangles like the one right above it, then construct line bisectors in both and voila.
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please tell me you're joking.thats not 4 isosceles triangles thats 4 isosceles trianges and 2 right angle triangles