By using the formula a2+b2=c2, where a is one side of the right-angled triangle and b is the other side of the right angle triangle. C stands for the hypotenuse of the right-angled triangle. Note: this formula only works for RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES!!!
If one side of a right angled triangle is 32 and the other side is 43 the hypotenuse is 53.6
The longest side is the hypotenuse and the other 2 are called the legs.
Use tangent to find the other leg, and the sine or cosine to find the hypotenuse.
The hypotenuse is the longest side of a right angle triangle and its length will depend on the lengths of the other 2 sides of the triangle.
The hypotenuse is the longest side. In a right-angled triangle, the hypotenuse is always opposite the right angle.
The basic equation for the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle is A squared plus B squared equals C squared. Where A and B are the two non hypotenuse sides and C is the hypotenuse. To find other lengths and angles of a triangle various functions in the branch of mathematics known as trigonometry is used.
Yes, the Euclidean distance is the length of the hypotenuse of the right angled triangle whose other two vertices are at the two given points.
In a right angled triangle: perpendicular(p), base(b) and hypotenuse(h) are related by the following relation p2 + b2 = h2 On putting the values we get h = 501/2 inches.
Square the hypotenuse's length, halve this number and then square root the remaining number. This is the length of the other two sides. Explanation: Since this is a right angled isosceles triangle, the two other sides must be equal in length. Pythagoras theorem a2+b2=c2 (c is the hypotenuse). To get c2 we must square the hypotenuse. Since the two other sides are equal in length, a and b must be the same. Therefore a2 and b2 are both halves of c2. Halving c2 will give you both a2 and b2. Now, we just sqaure root a2 or b2 to get the length of these sides.