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Two sides of a right triangle measures 6 and 8, What is the third side?

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    does this mean that the 2 sides measuring 6 and 8 are the legs and the third side is the hypotenuse?

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    this is my interpretation of the statement

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    Use Pythagoras theorem: - \[h^2=p^2+b^2 \implies h=\sqrt{p^2+b^2}.\] Here, p= take 6 & b= take 8 Now find "h". Tell me what do u get?

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    |dw:1340421074170:dw|

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    10

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    Yeah , U r right dude:)

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    thanks I am just clarifying it :)

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