Q: What is hypotonuse?

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A hypotenuse (not hypotonuse), by itself will only tell you that the angle opposite it is a right angle. You need more information to find the other two angles.

Its a ratio in a right angle triangle, cos angle = adjacent / hypotonuse.

In geometry, a hypotenuse is the longest side of a right-angled triangle, the side opposite the right angle.

With great difficulty because a 4 sided triangle doesn't exist. But the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is its largest side.

22 % grade: go horizontally 100, go vertically 22, hypotonuse is slope. angle is INV tan ( 22 / 100 ) = 12.407 degrees from horizontal

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A hypotenuse (not hypotonuse), by itself will only tell you that the angle opposite it is a right angle. You need more information to find the other two angles.

Its a ratio in a right angle triangle, cos angle = adjacent / hypotonuse.

In geometry, a hypotenuse is the longest side of a right-angled triangle, the side opposite the right angle.

It is the concept that if you square both lengths of the legs of a right triangle and then add them together it will equal the hypotonuse squared.

if the force isnt inline , resolve into axial and lateral forces, the original force bieng the hypotonuse

With great difficulty because a 4 sided triangle doesn't exist. But the hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is its largest side.

22 % grade: go horizontally 100, go vertically 22, hypotonuse is slope. angle is INV tan ( 22 / 100 ) = 12.407 degrees from horizontal

A: what is the hypotnuse of a triangle?A2 + B2 = C2 With A and B as the line segments protruding from the right angle and C being the hypotenuse.By the way, you spelled hypotenuse wrong.

I'm having to go back a long time, but I don't remember being able to solve a triangle from one side and one angle...

you can use pythagorean theorem formula:c² = a² + b²you must have the values of the opposite side and adjacent side.you may try below link for easy calculation

96 % grade: go along horizontally 100 m, then vertically 96 m, hypotonuse is gradient, angle of incline from horizontal = inverse tan ( 96 / 100 ) = 43.831 degrees

By Pythagoras theorem ,we can say that h2=b2+p2 h2= 12 ^2 +14 ^2=340 h= sqrt (340)=18.4 cm