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Using the Pythagorean theorem, what is the height of a triangle whose hypotenuse is 5, and its length is 4?

Using the Pythagorean theorem, what is the height of a triangle who...

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Using the Pythagorean theorem, what is the height of a triangle whose hypotenuse is 5, and its length is 4?

Using the Pythagorean theorem, what is the height of a triangle whose hypotenuse is 5, and its length is 4?

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a 2+b 2=c 2 a 2+4 2=5 2 a 2=25-16 sqrt a 2 = sqrt 9 a=3

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