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Is 3√3, 6√3, 9 a right triangle? By 3√3, 6√3, 9 i mean it's sides.

 Apr 22, 2021
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no...I don't think it is

 Apr 22, 2021
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i also think so...(i made the question)...9 has to be the hypotenuse right? And (3√3)^2 + 9^2 = (6√3)^2 => 27 + 81 = 108... Chris? Melody? Anyone verify this?

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dont* think so

Guest Apr 22, 2021
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I used a calculator and i used the equation \(3\sqrt{3}*6\sqrt{3}=x\)  and got x = 54 and I know the square of 9 is not 54 it is 81 that is why I don't think it is a triangle 

itachiuchihakujo  Apr 22, 2021
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dont u need to square it? i mean like the pythagorean theorem is a^2 + b^2 = c^2 where a, b, c are some random numbers.

Guest Apr 22, 2021
edited by Guest  Apr 22, 2021
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ok let's end our chat here...try this link and put in the numbers -->https://byjus.com/pythagorean-triples-calculator/ 

 

I put the numbers in and it said no.

Bookmark it if you want. 

Guest Apr 22, 2021
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same it also told me "no"

itachiuchihakujo  Apr 22, 2021

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