Euclid3

Calculate height and sides of the right triangle, if one leg is a = 81 cm and section of hypotenuse adjacent to the second leg cb = 39 cm.

Result

a =  81 cm
b =  63.3 cm
c =  102.8 cm
h =  49.9 cm

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