Q: What the missing length of a right triangle 15in and 12in?

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No because 12+14 = 26 which is less than 28 and so therefore constructing a triangle is impossible.

1ft = 12in 1ft3 = 1ft x 1ft x 1ft = 12in x 12in x 12in = 1728in3 => 3.25ft3 = 3.25 x 1728in3 = 5616in3

1ft = 12in 131in x 1ft/12in = 10.9in

1ft = 12in 3.5ft = 3.5 x 12in = 42in

I assume you mean an 8ft x 6ft room, which is 48ft2. I assume you mean 12in x 12in tiles, which are 1ft2 tiles. I don't know how many tiles are in a box, but you would need 48 12in x 12in tiles.

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No but nearly

More than one unique triangle exists with the given side lengths.

No because 12+14 = 26 which is less than 28 and so therefore constructing a triangle is impossible.

12in or 11 in all the way around say if you could make a softball flat that is how long it would be

(12in x 12in x 12in) = 1,728 in3

A square foot is 12in x 12in or 144 sq. in.

1ft = 12in 1ft3 = 1ft x 1ft x 1ft = 12in x 12in x 12in = 1728in3 => 3.25ft3 = 3.25 x 1728in3 = 5616in3

1ft = 12in 27ft x 12in/1ft = 324in

1ft = 12in 768in x 1ft/12in = 64ft

1ft = 12in 131in x 1ft/12in = 10.9in

12in = 1 foot. 60in / 12in = 5 ft

1ft = 12in 3.5ft = 3.5 x 12in = 42in