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 The shorter leg on the triangle is 3 units long.  So the area of a square with that side length is ___________.

 

 

The longer leg on the triangle is 4 units long.  So the area of a square with that side length is _________.
 

 

Therefore, the hypotenuse is 5 units long.  So the area of a square with that length is ________.
 

 Apr 13, 2021
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Area  of  square  =  (side length)^2

 

Can  you  go from here   ????

 

 

cool cool cool

 Apr 13, 2021
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1: The shorter leg on the triangle is 3 units long.  So the area of a square with that side length is ___________.

 

   A  square has equal lengths so a square with that side lengths is 3x3 = 9

 

2: The longer leg on the triangle is 4 units long.  So the area of a square with that side length is _________.
 

   Same thing, plug the side length to the square. 4x4 = 16

 

3: Therefore, the hypotenuse is 5 units long.  So the area of a square with that length is ________.

 

     I'll let you try this one. (Hint):  (length^2)

 Apr 13, 2021

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