Q: If the side opposite a 30 degree angle in a right trangle is 12.5 meters how long is the hypotenus?

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Calculator in degree mode. tanX = opposite/adjacent so... tan30 degrees = height/275 meters = 159 meters tall

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1 minute of an angle is 1/60 of a degree. Minutes have no relationship with meters.

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If the side opposite a 30 degree angle in a right triangle is 12.5 meters, the hypotenuse is: 25 meters.25 meters

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If the angle opposite the side of 12.5 meters is 30 degrees then use the sine ratio to find the hypotenuse which works out as 25.0 meters.

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Calculator in degree mode. tanX = opposite/adjacent so... tan30 degrees = height/275 meters = 159 meters tall

If a right triangle is 12.5 meters and the side opposite a 30 angle, the hypotenuse length will be: 14.43 meters.

It's also 12.5 meters. The two sides of the triangle are the same length, because it is an isosceles right triangle(90-45-45).

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The opposite of kilometer is millimeter. A kilometer is a unit of length equal to 1000 meters, while a millimeter is a unit of length equal to 0.001 meters.

H = 10