which set of values can be the side length of a 30 60 90 triangle?

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which set of values can be the side length of a 30 60 90 triangle?

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I'm not sure of your question: the values of the sides have to follow the formula of 30-60-90 triangles. I'm not sure if you want me to help you chose an answer if there are no options
Short leg = (1/2)hypotenuse Long leg = (1/2)hypotenuse *sqrt(3)
A.{4,4r2,8} B.{4,4r3,8} C.{4,4r3,8r3} D.{4,4r2,8r2 sorry it took me so long this is my question here and i wasn't sure how to put radical in the equation so i just put r

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I'm guessing it goes in the order (short leg, long leg, hypotenuse) ?
yeah its on a site called apex learning
radical is what i meant
so 4r2 = \[4\sqrt{3}\]
*4r3
how do u enter the radical symbol in the equation
There's a blue button that says "equation" under the chat bar.
Use the forumla I posted above
Short leg = 0.5(hypotenuse) Long leg = 0.5(hypotenuse)*\[\sqrt{3}\]
also, the hypotenuse is the longest side :P
is there a way i could just send a picture of my screen... it would be a lot easier for you
I know what you mean and the answer, don't worry about me.
ok
do you have your answer?
no not yet
Did you try to use what I posted above? Once you do it's very easy
sorry but im not sure how to use it
You know the short leg is 4, because that's the answer for all the options
oh your right
Find hypotenuse by multiplying by 2, and find the long leg by multiplying by sqrt(3)
i dont know which number to multiply by 2 it doesn't show the hypotenuse
The order goes like this: shortleg, shortleg*sqrt(3), shortleg*2
ohh
do you have the answer now :P
workin on it...im just confused
Here's a hint, because square root 2 isn't in the formula, you can eliminate all answers with square root 2
soo that just leaves B and C right ?
Yes, and short leg is 4, because 4 is the first number for all the options
and hypotenuse = short leg*2, so the last number should not have a radical
took a while, but I think you know the answer now :)
oh please tell me B is the right answer
Yes :)
@$#!@ yeahh!!! thnx for your help

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