18 February, 18:47
Is a triangle with side lenghts 18, 12, and 22 a right triangle?
18 February, 20:34
Pythagorean Theorem goes with a right triangle, the formula is a^2+b^2=c^2.
Let's try this out with your values.
(18*18) + (12*12) = 468
If this is true than c^2 is 468
c^2 or (22*22) is 484 is this is not a right triangle.
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