# Math Help - Triangle with Sides U, V and W.

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2. ## Re: Triangle with Sides U, V and W.

Why have you not attempted anything yourself? You are told that $u= \frac{2(m+ n)}{n}$ and $v= \frac{4m}{(m+n)^2}$, the two legs of the triangle. Do you know the Pythagorean theorem: $w^2= u^2+ v^2$? What are $u^2$ and $v^2$?

3. ## Re: Triangle with Sides U, V and W.

I will plug and chug and see what happens.