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Perpendicular

The right angle is formed by the intersection of the triangle's "legs".

They are the two shorter sides which meet to form the right angle.

They're called the "legs" of the triangle. The side that doesn't touch the right angle is called the "hypotenuse".

Yes, they would have to be the two sides that form the 90 degree angle.

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Perpendicular

The sides that form the right angle are called legs. The side opposite the right angle is called the hypotenuse.

Other than the diagonal side of the right triangle, the other two sides make a perpendicular right angle triangle. The right angle is 90 degrees

They are the "legs" of the triangle.

The right angle is formed by the intersection of the triangle's "legs".

If its in the form of an isosceles right angle triangle then it will have 2 equal sides.

legs

The two sides in a right triangle that form the right angle.

They are the two shorter sides which meet to form the right angle.

The hypotenuse is the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle. The legs are the other two sides which form the right angle.

The two shorter sides are the legs.

They're called the "legs" of the triangle. The side that doesn't touch the right angle is called the "hypotenuse".

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