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Q: Why is the longer leg longer than the shorter leg if the shorter leg is longer than the longer leg?

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The length of the longer leg of a right triangle is 3ftmore than three times the length of the shorter leg. The length of the hypotenuse is 4ftmore than three times the length of the shorter leg. Find the side lengths of the triangle.

.The hypotenuse is twice as long as the shorter leg The longer leg is twice as long as the shorter leg.

The shorter leg is 6 feet long

The shorter leg is 9 feet long

If you have the shorter legs length, then for the hypotenuse, just multiply the shorter leg by 2. For the longer leg, multiply the shorter leg by the square root of 3.

The hypotenuse is twice as long as the shorter leg AND The longer leg is 3 times as long as the shorter leg.

There are an infinite number of different sets of lengths that will do it. You have to start by choosing the length of one side, and when you do that, here's how to find the others: Shorter leg = (longer leg) x 0.364 Shorter leg = (hypotenuse) x 0.342 Longer leg = (shorter leg) x 2.747 Longer leg = (hypotenuse) x 0.94 Hypotenuse = (shorter leg) / 0.342 Hypotenuse = (longer leg) / 0.94

Long leg Jack's get to be about 20 inches or shorter on all fours and no longer than about 14 inches long. The short leg Jacks get to be about 14 inches or shorter on all fours and no longer than about 12 inches long

The difference between the shorter leg and the longer leg is 60ft. In the model, this distance is only 4in. Multiply 60 by 12 to get the difference in inches, 720in Divide 720 by 4 to find that the model is 180 times smaller than the real thing. Multiply the shorter leg by 12 to convert it into inches, 75*12=900 Divide 900 by 180 and you will have the length of the shorter leg of the model, 5in.

Short leg is 6 feet.

the longer leg is root 3 times as long as the shorter leg, and the hypotenuse is twice as long as the shorter leg.

A cow's hind leg is typically longer than the front leg, just like our leg is longer than our arm. Leg length, however, depends on the frame size (which is height over width and depth of the animal, in a manner of speaking), and the breed. On average, the front leg of a cow is typically 24 to 30 inches long, and the back leg is 48 to over 50 inches tall. Taller cattle will have longer legs than shorter cattle, and miniature or low-line cattle are shorter in leg length than normal-sized or medium to large-framed cattle.

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