## anonymous one year ago Match the length of a right triangle's legs with the exact length of its hypotenuse. http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/53ea874ee4b0f30a87d194a4-mlgpro-1407879011833-screenshot20140812at5.08.08pm.png

1. sweetburger

alright to determine these you must square both given sides and add them together. I will do the first one. I take the 9 and then square it getting 81 then i take the 11 and square it getting 121 then i add these 2 values together like this 81+121 = 202 then I take the square root of this number which would look like

2. sweetburger

$\sqrt{202}$ which would mach with A.

3. anonymous

@sweetburger so 9,11 equals the square root of 202?

4. anonymous

oh ok