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i have a rectangle measuring 17.012m x 9.6 m. what would be the diagonal measurements to make sure the internal angles are 90 degrees

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Using pythagoras theory;
d^2 = L^2 + W^2 --> diagonal = square root [(17.012)^2 + (9.6)^2]

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The answer is 147885.08. To get this, you need to divide the rectangle using the diagonal line. With that you will have formed a triangle shape with the same measurements given for the length and the height. To get hypotenuse, you use the formula a^2+b^2=c^2. Which is 17.012^2+9.6^2 to find the answer. That will give a right angled triangle.

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