I don't need an answer, I just need some help on how to do this. Your uncle is making you a desk for you to take to college. One side of the desk is 32 inches and the diagonal length is 36 inches. What is the length of the other side of the desk? I know that you have to use the Pythagorean theorem for this and I know how to find the hypotenuse if I know the measures of the legs. Do I do the exact same thing with this only I'm looking for the measure of the leg? Or is it different?

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fill in the parts to the pythag and then rearrange to solve the missing

well if a^2= b^2+c^2 and you have a and either b or c then just solve for b or c

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