The equation for this is A^2 + B^2 = C^2
whats the little circle for ?
We know one of the legs, which is 3
45 degrees - pooja
so the 3 is also a degree?
So nick, 3^2 + 45^2 = c^2?
180 degrees in a triangle. -90 because of the right angle. 90 degrees are left we know one of the angles are 45 degrees, which leaves 45 degrees on the other side
So the 3 is on the other side
3^2 + 3^2 = C^2
Im completely and totally confused
Why would it be 3^2 + 3^2?
Because the legs are A and B, so C is the hypotenuse
we know the legs are both 3
is 12 sqrt an answer?
I dont know, its not a multiple choice question
I misscalculated a little, The answer would be 3.46410161514
So 3.47 is the answer?
I was taught that you have to round up if it is a long answer like 3.46410161514