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IF THE SIDE OPPOSITE A 45 ANGLE IN A RIGHT TRIANGLE 12.5 METERS, HOW LONG IS THE ANGLE?(ROUND THE ANSWER TO THE NEAREST TENTH)

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the sides will be 12.5, 12.5, and 12.5*1.414

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