A right triangle needs to have a right 90 degree angle and have three sides.
The sides that make up the right angle are called the legs.
Side C is the hypotenuse.
The hypotenuse is always located opposite of the right angle.
The hypotenuse will always be the longest side on a right triangle.
This is a video that talks about the sides of a right triangle, it's pretty much the same thing, but its just to gain a visual perspective on the right triangle. If any of you found a link to a video or website, you can put it in your comments, that would be very much appreciated.
Here's todays homework:
You have to explain this equation: a2+b2=c2 (A squared plus B squared equals C squared, sorry I can't seem to make a proper exponent symbol for this). You can try to figure it out on your own, or you can do some research on it, the equation is made from an ancient Greek person called Pythagoras.
*Remember to study for the math test tomorow!*
I hope you all do well!