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use the pythagorean theorem to find b when a=14 and c=y


(triangle)


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  • ALGEBRA -

    I assume that c is the hypotenuse.

    14^2 + b^2 = y^2

    Subtract 14^2 from both sides, then take the square root of both sides.

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