# Pythagorean Theorem Question Preview (ID: 13225)

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Find the missing side of the right triangle: a = 14, c = 50.
a) 48
b) 46
c) 65
d) 52

Find the missing side of the right triangle: a = 20, b = 21.
a) 36
b) 29
c) 6
d) 35

Find the missing side of the right triangle: b = 16, c = 20.
a) 12
b) 26
c) 23
d) 11

Find the missing side of the right triangle: a = 16, b = 30.
a) 38
b) 34
c) 25
d) 45

State if the three side lengths form a right triangle: 9, 12, 16
a) Yes
b) No
c) IDK
d) Can you repeat the question?

State if the three side lengths form a right triangle: 7, 24, 25
a) Yes
b) No
c) IDK
d) If a right triangle equals 90, what does a wrong triangle equal?

State if the three side lengths form a right triangle: 15, 36, 39
a) Yes
b) No
c) IDK
d) I would like to ask the audience.

State if the three side lengths form an acute, obtuse or right triangle: 12, 16, 24
a) acute
b) right
c) obtuse
d) IDK, but if Mr. Kearby were a triangle, he would be an obtuse one.

State if the three side lengths form an acute, obtuse or right triangle: 5, 12, 15
a) acute
b) right
c) obtuse
d) wrong

State if the three side lengths form an acute, obtuse or right triangle: 12, 16, 20
a) acute
b) right
c) obtuse
d) Well, if I divide all three sides by 4, that gives me 3, 4, 5 which is a pythagorean triple...

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