This right triangle has a hypotenuse of: 44.65 cmFor A+ its 45
Nope. The hypotenuse is defined as the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle. a 45 - 45 -90 right triangle would, for instance, have two legs and a hypotenuse. However an equilateral triangle would not.
When it is an isosceles right angled triangle: with angles that are 90-45-45.
If it is a 45-45-90 triangle, then divide the hypotenuse by the square root of 2. If it is a 30-60-90 triangle, then the shorter leg would be the hypotenuse divided by 2. And the longer leg would be the the shorter leg multiplied by the square root of 3.
It is a triangle whose interior angles are 45, 45 and 90 degrees
leg+leg+hypotenuseThe legs are the two sides connected to the right angle(90). In a 45-45-90 triangle, the legs are the same length. The hypotenuse is the one not connected to the right angle (90). leg squared+ leg squared= hypotenuse squared.Add all the sides together.
It would be an isosceles right triangle. The two sides that aren't the hypotenuse are equal, with lengths of 16.971 (rounded) .
Only if the angles of the triangle are 90, 45, and 45.
If it is a 45-45-90 triangle, it will have symmetry from the 90 degree angle to the midpoint of the hypotenuse.
If both legs of a right triangle are the same, then it forms what is known as a "45-45-90 triangle". In this type of triangle, the hypotenuse is always √2 times more than the legs. So in this problem, with legs 3cm and 3cm, the hypotenuse is 3√2cm, or 4.243cm
The other sides are both 16. This is because in a 45-45-90 triangle the legs are congruent because of the isosceles triangle theorem, and also the hypotenuse of the triangle is equal to the leg times root 2. That is because of the 45-45-90 triangle theorem. So in a summary the legs are congruent and the hypotenuse is equal to the leg times root 2.
A 45 degree right triangle with a base of 16 feet 6 3/4 inches has a hypotenuse of: 23.69 inches.
False because in any right angle triangle Pythagoras' theorem states that a^2 +b^2 = c^2 whereas 'a' and 'b' being the legs of the triangle with 'c' as its hypotenuse
Since for any right triangle a^2 + b^2 = c^2 and in your case a = b so 2 a^2 = c^2 where c is the hypotenuse.
You do not need to, if you have a right triangle that angle is 90* so the other 2 angles are 45* apiece. That is actually only partially accurate. There can be a right angled triangle with sides of 2-3-5. 5 being the hypotenuse in which the triangle's angles will not be 90-45-45 but 90-33.69-56.31. To find the angles of a right triangle, you will need to know the length of the sides. With the length of all three sides, you will need to utilize sine, cosine, and tangent to find the angles.
For a right isosceles triangle (45-45-90), there is one line of symmetry that bisects the hypotenuse. For all other right triangles, there are zero lines of symmetry.
the only way for a right triangle to have a line of symmetry, is if the legs of the triangle are congruent. Or you can show that both non-right angles are congruent (45 degrees). you may also prove that the altitude of the triangle bisects the hypotenuse or that it equals 1/2 of the hypotenuse.
It is very unlikely for a right angle triangle to be isosceles, however it is possible if the angles are 90, 45, and 45 degrees. It does not matter if the triangle is isosceles, this method works for all right triangles. The following formula is your answer, when h=hypotenuse, and a and b are other two sides. a2 + b2 = h2
The length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose legs measure 45 cm and 60 cm is: 75 cmThe area of the triangle is 1,350 cm2
A 45-45-90 triangle is an isosceles right angled triangle. If its two short sides are of length x units then, by Pythagoras, the hypotenuse is given by: hypotenuse2 = x2 + x2 = 2x2 Taking square roots, hypotenuse = sqrt(2x2) = sqrt(2)*x
75cm Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the answer.
Because its got an angle of 45 then both sides will be 12.5 so use Pythagoras' theorem to find the hypotenuse: 12.52+12.52 = 312.5 and the square root of this is the length of the hypotenuse which is 17.678 units rounded to 3 decimal places
Yes, an isosceles right triangle will have angles 45-45-90 As a side note, the ratio between the hypotenuse and the sides will always be s: s * √2 where "s" is the length of one of the sides of the isosceles right triangle.
The formula for a 45-45-90 triangle is that both of the legs are n. The hypotenuse is n√2