right triangle


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right triangle

[′rīt ′trī‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
A triangle one of whose angles is a right angle.
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All rectilinear figures can be reduced to triangles, and every triangle can be reduced ultimately to right triangles....
An equilateral right triangle as a reference was used to verify the shape of the measured microstructure.
(2.) Unload 'D' from the right triangle (while welding 'A' and possibly loading 'B' on the left triangle, and possibly welding 'D' and possibly loading 'D' on the right triangle), then rotate the left triangle and possibly rotate the right triangle;
(e) The isosceles right triangle case: we select O = (0, 0), B = (5, 0), and A = (0, 5), as shown in Figure 4(e).
On the other hand, these ideas show that any two rows of triples that represent sides of a right triangle (even if they are NOT Pythagorean triples), produce a third row (a triple) that represents numbers that are still sides of right triangles!
If the traveling right triangle is oriented the opposite way (Fig.
Euclid's theorem of altitude: For every right triangle square of the length of the altitude from the hypotenuse to the right angle is equal to the product of the two segments into which the hypotenuse is divided.
The Spidron fractal slot used in this design consists of seven iterated reductions of a right triangle. The 50-[OMEGA] microstrip feeding line located at an offset distance of fs from one side of the Spidron fractal slot has a width and length of fw and fh, respectively.
In this paper, the intensive experiments indicate that when the shape of the sub-region is isosceles right triangle or square, the localization result is better.
If you imagine the height of the stairs as the vertical side of a right triangle, and the floor running below the staircase as its horizontal side, then the stairs themselves form the hypotenuse.
1 Granny Smith apple, sliced 1/8-lnch thick, cut into right triangle
He communicates this love and delight in his exploration of the one theorem almost everyone can remember: the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.