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HI IF YOU HAD ASKED THAT IN THE FIRST PLACE YOU WOULD HAVW GOT YOUR ANSWER

YOU USE THE PYTHAGORUS RULE WHICH IS ASQ + BSQ = HSQ

THAT IS BASE SQ + OTHERSIDE SQ = HYPOTENUSE SQ

EXAMPLE IF SIDE A=3 SIDE B=4 THEN 3X3 + 4X4 = 9 +16 =25 SO THE HYP WOULD BE THE SQ ROOT OF 25 = 5

ANOTHER EXAMPLE SIDE A = 8 HYP = 14.4222 FIND SIDE B

SO 8X8 + BSQ = 208 BSQ = 208 - 64 =144 SO SIDE B IS SQ ROOT 144 WHICH IS 12

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Pythagoras Theorem

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Pythagoras. It is called "Pythagoras' Theorem" and can be written in one short equation: a2 + b2 = c2. Note: c is the longest side of the triangle; a and b are the ...

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HI DO YOU MEAN OTHER ANGLES OF A RIGHT ANGLE TRIANGLE IF SO THE RIGHT ANGLE IS 90 DEG AS ALL THREE ANGLES IN A TRIANGLE ADD UP TO 180DEG IF YOU SUBTRACT THE RIGHT ANGLE OF 90DEG YOU ARE LEFT WITH 90 DEG

THAT MEANS THAT THE TWO REMAINING ANGLES ALWAYS ADD UP TO 90DEG

FOR EXAMPLE IF ONE OF THE REMAINING ANGLES WAS 30DEG THE UNKNOWN ANGLE WOULD BE 90 - 30 = 60DEG

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