Consider a triangle whose shortest sides have lengths $6$6 and $8$8. The longest side of the triangle has a length of $c$c.
What must the value of $c$c be if the triangle has a right angle?
If $c=12$c=12, then which of the following correctly describes the triangle?
If $c=9$c=9, then which of the following correctly describes the triangle?
Solve problems using the Pythagorean theorem, as required in applications (e.g., calculate the height of a cone, given the radius and the slant height, in order to determine the volume of the cone)