How long is the diagonal of a 12 mm-by-16 mm face of a rectangular prism?

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How long is the diagonal of a 12 mm-by-16 mm face of a rectangular prism?

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use Pythagoras' theorem
dhat beat me to it :)
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So does that mean it would be 800?
:D um, no
sqrt(12^2 + 16^2)
But 12 to the second power is 144
you forgot to take the sqrt.
And when add to 16 to the second power i get 256
144 256 ---- 400 sqrt(400) = 20
Then I add it and get 400
And I square root it to get 800?
800*800 = 400???
no no.. sorry. it is the sqrt of 400
type in sqrt(400) in google and press enter
Oh my bad! I multiplied it again by 400. I was thinking of exponents aha but thank you
you are welcome.

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