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laith402
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In a right-angled triangle, the side opposite the right angle is unknown, how do you find out the unknown length? (Hypotenuse I think)

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LilyBumblebee

Yes, it is the hypotenuse. You can use pythagoras' theorem or the sine rule. you can use either as long as you know the two other side lengths of the triangle

Muddymoy

a²+b²=c² (c is the hypotenuses 

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