Posted by **Brittany** on Friday, April 1, 2011 at 9:40pm.

finding the hypotenuse for triangles with only one measure of 7.8 m and two angles with degrees of 90 and 40. The picture is a right triangle with the right angle on the bottom left(labeled S). The hypotenuse goes from the top left(making angle Q with the line going up from S) to the bottom right, connecting with to make angle R. It looks like this, but connected and there is a bottom line. S is where the right angle is. Q-40degrees

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S | \ R

What is the length of hypotenuse in triangle QRS. Round to the nearest tenth.

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