







The other two sides of a right angle triangle 
20100209 

From ayesha: how to find the other two sides of right angle triangle when length of one side and angle of other side is given i.e 45 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A rightangled triangle 
20011213 

From Pamela, Jeff, Kayleigh and Jacob: A rightangled triangle has one side that is 8 cm shorter that the hypotenuse. The other side is 1 cm shorter than the hypotenuse. Find the length of the sides. Answered by Penny nom. 





A right angled triangle 
20011023 

From Carissa: How do you : Triangle ABC is rightangled at A. Calculate the length of the third side if b = 3 and c = 6, express the answer as a surd in its simplest form. Answered by Harley Weston. 





The hypotenuse of a right triangle 
20010122 

From Phillipe: How do you find the hypotenuse of a right triangle? Answered by Penny Nom. 





The pythagorean theorem 
20000519 

From Lauren Fitzgerald: how do you find the length of th hipotnuse( or however you spell that word). i understand you have to add the two sides. but when i do add i always end up with this way off answer. i donot understand at all. Answered by Paul Betts. 





Pythagorean Triples. 
19971204 

From Shameq Sayeed: I've got a couple of problems which I hope you'll be able to solve for me. I'm investigating pythagorean triples, and I have found a trend for the triples themselves, and thus have been able to form a general equation, i.e. a=2x+1, b=2x^2+2x, and c=b+1. Now, I sure this equation works, because I've tried it out and have come up with triples that adhere to a^2 + b^2 = c^2. But I was wondering WHY c=b+1. Is it possible to have c=b+2, and if not why not? THAT is the first problem. Answered by Chris Fisher. 

