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A2+B2=C2

A and B are the sides of a right triangle that aren't directly across the right angle. C is the hypotenuse. (This only applies to right triangles).

Also, one that does pertain to all triangles is the well-known Law of Cosines, one used to develop the Pythagorean Theorem:

c2 = a2 + b2 - abcos(A), where "c" is the hypotenuse, "b" is one side, "a" is another, and "A" is the angle on the opposite's side. (Between the opposite and the adjacent).

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