Let's take an example:

Q- A right triangle whose base is 5cm and perpendicular is 6cm long. Find its Hypotenuse.

Solve:

Pythagoras theorem:

H² = P² + B²

H² = 6² + 5²

H² = 36 + 25

H² = 61

H = √61 cm.

To find the Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle we use Pythagoras's theorem H² = P² + B² where H=Hypotenuse, P=Perpendicular, and B=Base of right triangle.

Let's take an example:

Q- A right triangle whose base is 5cm and perpendicular is 6cm long. Find its Hypotenuse.

Solve:

Pythagoras theorem:

H² = P² + B²

H² = 6² + 5²

H² = 36 + 25

H² = 61

H = √61 cm.

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