Given the other two sides of a right angled triangle, the task is to find it’s hypotenuse.
Input: side1 = 3, side2 = 4
32 + 42 = 52
Input: side1 = 12, side2 = 15
Approach: Pythagoras theorem states that the square of hypotenuse of a right angled triangle is equal to the sum of squares of the other two sides.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
- Find all sides of a right angled triangle from given hypotenuse and area | Set 1
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- Find other two sides and angles of a right angle triangle
- Check if right triangle possible from given area and hypotenuse
- Area of Incircle of a Right Angled Triangle
- Check if a right-angled triangle can be formed by moving any one of the coordinates
- Check whether triangle is valid or not if sides are given
- Find all possible triangles with XOR of sides zero
- Find Perimeter of a triangle
- Find all angles of a given triangle
- Program to find Circumcenter of a Triangle
- Program to Find the Incenter of a Triangle
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