So..I haven't had to use Pythagoras for more years that I care to admit, lol, so I'm a tad rusty. If anyone could help, I'd be eternally grateful.
What's stumping me is one question on my worksheet. I've been given the length of the hypotenuse of an isosceles, right-angled triangle, and asked to work out the length of the two other sides.
Is the length of the hypotenuse alone enough information to work out the lenghts of the other, equal sides, as well as the area of the whole triangle?