## Right Triangle Congruence

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a squared plus b squared equals c squared, this is use to find missing sides of a triangle c= hypotenuse or the longest leg

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There are three sides in a triangle. Each side is designated A and B--the legs of the triangle--or the shortest sides.
The longest side is attributed C--hypotenuse.
A^2+b^2=c^2

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This formula is extremely essential especially later on. Note that this formula only applies to right triangles. The formula is

a^2+b^2=c^2

A and B being the two legs.

C being the hypotenuse of the triangle.

The hypotenuse (c) is the side opposite the largest angle in the triangle. In this case for a right triangle, the hypotenuse will always be opposite of the right angle.

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For use with triangles, the theorem is that A Squared + B squared = C squared. C represents the Hypotenuse and A/B represent the other two legs.

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