Simple Pythagoras - Maths

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3 easy questions as a quick refresher.

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If; x = 3 y = 2 What is the value of h? 4+9=13 h²=13 √13= 3.6 h=3.6
If; h = 13 y= 7 What is the value of x? 13² - 7²= x² 169 - 49= 120 x²=120 √120= 10.9 x=10.9
If; x= 2² y=6 What is the value of h? 2² + 6²= h² 4+36=40 h²=40 √40= 6.3 h=6.3
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