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Q: How do you measure a hypotenuse?

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Using Pythagoras' theorem its hypotenuse works out as 17 mm

The hypotenuse measures 11.4 meters in length.

If it has no right angles, it is not a right triangle and therefore you cannot name a hypotenuse of that triangle. Which implies you cannot find that side's measure.

Sin= Opposite leg/Hypotenuse Cos= Adjacent leg/ Hypotenuse Tan=Adjacent leg/ Opposite leg

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

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base squared times height squared equals the hypotenuse squared. then you know the hypotenuse.

The measure of a triangle's angles if the hypotenuse is six and one side is one are:9.594 degrees80.41 degrees90 degrees

Using Pythagoras' theorem its hypotenuse works out as 17 mm

The hypotenuse measures 11.4 meters in length.

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If it has no right angles, it is not a right triangle and therefore you cannot name a hypotenuse of that triangle. Which implies you cannot find that side's measure.

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In a right angle triangle,pythagoras theorem can be used if (1)the 2 sides are equal and their measure is less than the hypotenuse (or) (2)the 2 sides are different and their measure is less than the hypotenuse.

Using Pythagoras' theorem for a right angle triangle its hypotenuse length is 78 in.

The measure of the hypotenuse of a right triangle if one side is 24 inches and other side is 30 inches is: 38.42 inches.

If it has no right angles, it is not a right triangle and therefore you cannot name a hypotenuse of that triangle. Which implies you cannot find that side's measure.

The hypotenuse is a side, not an angle. However, if you mean the angle across from the hypotenuse, it is always 90 degrees, or pi/2 radians because hypotenuses only exist in right triangles.

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