Could I find the two missing angle measures if I know some of the side lengths of a right triangle
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if you know two side lengths of any right triangle you can always find the third.
as far as the angles are concerned since you already know 1 of 'em (90 degrees) you if you can find one more, the other angle would be its supplement.
yes, if you know 2 sides of the triangle. use the trigo function to find it
you can then use trig to find the angles after u have your side(s).
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tanΦ = 4/3
tanθ = 3/4
i mean compliment... not supplement..
cosΦ = 3/5
If you have side lengths of the form x, x times square root of 3, and 2x where x is positive, then you know you have a 30 degree and 60 degree angle as well as a right angle.
If you have side lengths of the form x, x, x times square root of 2 where x is positive, you know you have two angles of 45 degrees as well as the right angle.
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