Arturo O. answered • 08/16/17

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asked • 08/16/17I have a right triangle, but i only have the measures for its angles (90,60,30) Is there any way for me to find the length of one side

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Arturo O. answered • 08/16/17

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Carol H. answered • 08/16/17

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In a 30-60-90 right triangle, shorter side/hypotenuse = 1/2

longer side/hypotenuse = (√3)/2

Shorter side:longer side:hypotenuse = 1:√3:2

All multiples of that ratio will give you possible lengths of the three sides. For example, 2:2√3:4, etc.

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