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Rocafierazina.com is not in any way associated with Microsoft, Windows, Windows Media, or any other Microsoft products. Opinions expressed are solely my own and not provided, endorsed, or approved by Microsoft in any way.Q: Method to calculate in area of a triangle with given sides, given area, and given length I am given the area $A$ of a triangle, the side lengths of a triangle $a$, $b$, and $c$ and I am given the length $l$. How would I calculate $a$, $b$, $c$, given $A$, $l$, and $a+b+c$? I know the formula for a triangle, but I do not know how to use it. A: You already know the area $A$ of the triangle. If you know $l$, then you know $a+b+c$. So you can calculate $a+b$ and $b+c$. Then you can calculate $a+c$ and $c+a$. Since $a+b+c=2a+b+c$, you know $a$. Do the same for $b$ and $c$. Poverty's cost to the US economy is staggering. While the country has made progress towards ending chronic poverty, child poverty has actually increased in the last four decades, and today, one in six Americans struggles to meet their basic needs. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services defines "poverty" as families that live on less than $23,850 per year for a family of four. While the federal poverty level does not account for state and local taxes, a Family Council study notes that a full-time minimum wage worker must make $15.87/hour to afford a family of four. (To calculate the wage needed to afford a family of four, multiply the annual income by 24.6, rounded to the nearest whole dollar.) The costs to the nation are staggering. Roughly 40 million Americans are living in poverty, but a full-time minimum wage job may only bring in $15,000, leaving little for expenses like rent, utilities, and childcare, and nearly half of all Americans say they struggle to make ends meet. For someone working full-time with no benefits, living on a full-time minimum wage can cost $9,500 a year. The situation is much more be359ba680


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