Q: What is x of a right triangle when the hypotnuse is 12.1 and an angle is 39?

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It is 180 - (29+30) = 180-59 = 121 degrees.

If, by supplement, you mean the supplementary angle, the answer is 180-121 = 59 degrees.

59 degree

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121 multiplied by 121 is 14,641.

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It is 180 - (29+30) = 180-59 = 121 degrees.

No, it fails the Pythagoras test: 64 + 121 is not equal to 169.

Its supplementary angle is 121 degrees

If, by supplement, you mean the supplementary angle, the answer is 180-121 = 59 degrees.

121 degrees is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees

4*4= 16 11*11= 121 121- 16= 105 The square root of 105 Answer 10.247 approximately

sqrt (49 + 121) ie sqrt 170 which is 13.04 inches

59 degree

Obtuse.Every angle more than 90 is obtuse,less than 90 is acute.

121 degrees.

A triangular number counts the objects that can form an equilateral triangle. 121 is not a triangular number, though 120 is.