anonymous 5 years ago with equation is correct for the right triangle?

1. anonymous

a²+b²=c²

2. anonymous

A) d squared = e squared + f squared B) f squared = d squared + e squared C)e squared =d squared +f squared

3. nowhereman

Would you please not use non-free image format! I can not display it.

4. anonymous

I think you mean free image format?

5. nowhereman

I mean _not_ use _non-free_ :-) and as for Ambrose's equation: it holds if a and b are the length of the catheti and c is the length of the hypothenuse of a right triangle.

6. anonymous

D²+E²=F² $E ^{2}=\sqrt{F ^{2}-D ^{2}}$ $D ^{2}=\sqrt{F ^{2}-E ^{2}}$ Hope this helps. It only works for right triangles.

7. nowhereman

only that the squares on the left sides are too much ;-)

8. anonymous

:)

9. anonymous