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Since the length of both legs of the right angle triangle are given, we would determine the hypotenuse, h by applying Pythagoras theorem which is expressed as
Hypotenuse² = one leg² + other leg²
h² = (3a)³ + (4a)³
h² = 27a³ + 64a³
h² = 91a³
Taking square root of both sides,
h = √91a³
The formula for determining the perimeter of a triangle is expressed as
Perimeter = a + b + c
a, b and c are the side length of the triangle. Therefore, the expression for the perimeter of the right angle triangle is
√91a³ + (3a)³ + (4a)³
= √91a³ + 91a³
I'm assuming the length was , not 3.
It was difficult to tell in your question.
729 + 4096
Take the square root of both sides.
69.4622 ≈ c
hope someone helps you for know im trying to figure it out
In a right angle triangle,
Length of one leg
Length of other leg
According to the Pythagoras theorem,
Using Pythagoras theorem,
Perimeter of right angle triangle is the sum of all sides of the triangle.
Therefore, the required expression is .
Given the information:A right triangleLeg lengths of and
Use the pytagon theory to find the hypotenuse of the triangle
Take the square root of both sides
<=> c = 69.4622
=> expression in simplest form for the perimeter of a right triangle is:
+ + 69.4622
= 27 + 64 + 69.4622
In this case we know that the legs of the given right triangle have these lenghts:
By definition, the sides of a right triangle are in the ratio
We can multiply the lenght by 1.25 in order to find the lenght of the hypotenuse of the right triangle:
Since the perimeter of a triangle is the sum of the lenghts of its sides, we can write the following expression for the perimeter of the given right triangle:
Simplifying, we get: