That is it. Just the hypotenuse - provided you have the correct triangle.
Use Pythagoras' theorem...a2 + b2 = c2where c is the length of the hypotenuse in a right-angled triangle.
In a right triangle, its Opposite/Hypotenuse I always use: Soh (sin, opposite/hypotenuse) Cah (cosine, adjacent/hypotenuse) Toa (tangent, opposite/adjacent) Hope this helped! :)
Dependent on what side you are given you would use Sin(Θ) = Opposite/Hypotenuse just rearrange the formula to Hypotenuse = Opposite/Sin(Θ). Or if you are given the adjacent side use Cosine(Θ)=Adjacent/Hypotenuse, then: Hypotenuse = Adjacent/Cosine(Θ)