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Classify the triangle based on the side lengths 9, 40 and 41.

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  1. waterineyes Group Title
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    The triangle with no equal sides is called Scalene Triangle.. The triangle two sides equal is called Isosceles Triangle.. The triangle with all the three sides equal is called Equilateral Triangle..

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    is it a right, acute, obtuse, or no triangle?

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    without the angle measurements it is impossible to tell

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    Classify the triangle based on the side lengths 9, 40 and 41. A. right B. acute C. obtuse D. no triangle can be formed with given side lengths

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    this is the whole question

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  6. zeesbrat3 Group Title
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    If it is a right triangle then the lengths will equal out in pythagorean theorem

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    so is it no triangle?

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  8. zeesbrat3 Group Title
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    it is a triangle

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  9. zeesbrat3 Group Title
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    I would say right because using pythagorean theorem, it comes out equal

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    \[9^2+40^2=41^2 81+1600=1681\]

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    Oh I did not check that.. \[\sqrt{1600 + 81} = 41\]

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  12. waterineyes Group Title
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    Yes as pythagoras theorem is applicable here so It is A Right Triangle..

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    ok thanks guys i posted another 1 like this if yu can help me

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    Welcome dear..

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