# geometry & measurement

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jose wants to buy a new tv that will fit the opening of his entertainment center. the height of the opening in his entertainment center is 27 inches. usually, the opening of an entertainment center has a width-to-height ratio of 4:3.

what is the diagonal measurement of the opening in jose's entertainment center?

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width = (4/3)* 27 = 36
D^2 = 27^2 + 36^2

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