The hypotenuse of a 90-degree triangle with two nine inch sides is: 12.73 inches.
The hypotenuse is the largest side of a right angle triangle and it is opposite the 90 degree angle.
That's the triangle's "hypotenuse".
A triangle with an hypotenuse has a right angle that measures 90 degrees and two other acute angles,
The hypotenuse of a right (angled) triangle is the side opposite the right (90 degree) angle. The hypotenuse is also the longest side.The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite theThe sine of an angle is the side opposite over the hypotenuse of the triangle.
The 90 degree angle.
the 90 degree angle
By using trigonometry
The 90 degree angle in a right angle triangle is opposite its hypotenuse.
The hypotenuse is the longest side of a right angle triangle and it is opposite the 90 degree right angle.
The hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is opposite to its 90 degree right angle.
A 45 degree right triangle with a base of 16 feet 6 3/4 inches has a hypotenuse of: 23.69 inches.
If the side opposite a 30 degree angle in a right triangle is 12.5 meters, the hypotenuse is: 25 meters.25 meters
You need more information unless it's a right triangle and a common pathagorean triangle, such as a 90 degree angle with a hypotenuse of 5 would have legs of 3 and 4.
The hypotenuse only is not sufficient to determine the area of a right triangle, unless the triangle is stated to be isosceles, or there is some other information that allows determination of the length of a side in addition to the hypotenuse. The area of a right triangle with a given hypotenuse only approaches zero as one of the two acute angles approaches zero degrees.
If it is a 45-45-90 triangle, it will have symmetry from the 90 degree angle to the midpoint of the hypotenuse.
It is not possible to answer the question because the squared hypotenuse can have any positive value.
18/cos(60) = 36 units in length
If it's a right angle triangle and an acute angle plus the length of a leg is given then use trigonometry to find the hypotenuse.
Cos(58) = 4/Hypotenuse so H = 4/Cos(58) = 7.55 units.
Both legs are equal in length
yes and its across from the 90 degree angle...
No. Given a triangle with only the right angle and the hypotenuse, you cannot calculate the other sides nor the other angles.
the hypotenuse is the side of the right triangle that is opposite of the 90 degree angle. To figure out the length of the hypotenuse you can use a2 + b2 = c2 (if you know the length of the other two sides) If you don't that you can probably use the sine or the cosine equation. (as long as you know at least one of the angles)
In a 90-degree angle of a triangle is the hypotenuse squared is equal to the sum of squares of other two sides.