Shalayla4
  • Shalayla4
Triangle PTG has side lengths of 18cm, 14cm, and 16cm. What type of triangle is this? A. obtuse B. isosceles C. acute D. right @bibby
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  • schrodinger
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bibby
  • bibby
not isosceles cause we need 2 sides to be equal for that now we check to see how the sum of the squares of the legs compares to the hypotenuse squared if \(a^2+b^2=c^2 \) we have a right triangle if \(a^2+b^2>c^2 \) we have an acute triangle if \(a^2+b^2
Shalayla4
  • Shalayla4
#confused
Shalayla4
  • Shalayla4
Is it right triangle???

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bibby
  • bibby
the hypotenuse, c, is the longest side what is the measurement of the hypotenuse and what is the measurement of the 2 legs?
Shalayla4
  • Shalayla4
Hypotenuse is 18, legs are 14 and 16

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