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A 30°-60°-90° triangle has a hypotenuse with a length of 10. What is the length of the longer leg of the triangle?

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    fan and medal awarded

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    Promise ?

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    LOL ;)

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    Longer leg is opposite to 60 degree angle. And, side opposite to 60 degree angle is \[\sqrt3/2\] times the hypotenuse.

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    yea

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    |dw:1357661362855:dw|

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    he is gaddafi

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    LoL

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    lol

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    so did you get the length ?

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    i doont get it, but I promised u all to fan u

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    which part did you not get ?

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    idk

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    can u explain ur drawing?

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    see, if the hypotenuse is 1, the triangle looks like this : |dw:1357661727471:dw| now if the hypotenuse is 10, just multiply all sides by 10...as simple as that.

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    ooooh i seee

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    in general, if the hypotenuse =h, then|dw:1357661837153:dw| here h=10 you understood now ?

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    yes thx soo much bro

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    welcome ^_^

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