Find the missing length in the right triangle. Round to the nearest tenth. Legs: 15, 20 cm WILL BE A FAN

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Find the missing length in the right triangle. Round to the nearest tenth. Legs: 15, 20 cm WILL BE A FAN

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So you know the Pythagorean theorem right?
NO!!
Well let's say that the two legs are a and b and the hypotenuse is c. In the Pythagorean theorem, we can figure out the hypotenuse with the two legs. It looks like this \[\large a^{2}+ \large b^{2}= \large c^{2}\]

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So then the answer would be?????
We'll get to that. So let's plug in our leg values, a and b. We'll get \[\large 15^{2}+20^{2}=c^{2}\]
So thats the answer!!!!
Our answer is the c. We're solving for that currently.
kk thanks!!!
Thanks for what? Did you figure out the answer?
NO!!!!!!
So do you still want my help or?
DUDE can u just tell me answer please!!!!! i will fan u!!!!!
wait so the answer is 4,900???
Giving the answer directly is against the code of conduct so no, i can't just give you the answer. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
GOtcha but the answer then is 4,900???
Well what is \[\large 15^{2}?\]
225
And what is \[\large 20^{2}?\]
400
so do i add them toghether to get the answer??
Close. One more step after that. 225+400=?
kk and i get 625!!
and that the answer!!
Ok so right now we have \[\large 625=c^{2}\] So to find c, we need to get the square root of both sides \[\large \sqrt{625}=c\] THIS will give you the answer
312.5
??????
We aren't dividing by 2, we're getting the square root of it.
ooh so then.....
Go to http://web2.0calc.com/ and put sqrt(625) into the bar
this is 25!!!
Yep. So 25 is your answer :)
man thanks bro u teached me something new man thanks ill will fan u!!
No problem :)

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