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Q: How do you calculate sides of a right angle triangle?

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Adjacent means next to. So you're asking what sides of a triangle are next to the right angle of a triangle. That would be the 2 shorter sides of the triangle or 'legs' of the triangle. The hypotenuse (which is the longest side of the triangle) is directly across from the right angle.

It is an isosceles right angle triangle that has two equal sides which has two 45 degree angles and a 90 degree angle.

No because the sides don't comply with Pythagoras' theorem for a right angle triangle.

The 2 perpendicular sides of a right angle triangle intersect each other at right angles

An isosceles right angle triangle

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