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NotSoSmart  Mar 27, 2017

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The Pythagorean theorem says that:

(leg)2 + (other leg)2 = (hypotenuse)2

One leg is 15.

The other leg is the missing side.

The hypotenuse is 17.

All you have to do is plug in the right numbers into the right slots.

Can you get that far with it?

hectictar  Mar 28, 2017
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#1
+4710
+3

The Pythagorean theorem says that:

(leg)2 + (other leg)2 = (hypotenuse)2

One leg is 15.

The other leg is the missing side.

The hypotenuse is 17.

All you have to do is plug in the right numbers into the right slots.

Can you get that far with it?

hectictar  Mar 28, 2017
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Use the Pythagorean theorem:

a2+b2=c2

a2+152=172

a2+225=289

a2=289-225

a2=74

a=sqrt(74)

LithianNerd  Mar 28, 2017

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