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Q:
# To the nearest hundredth of a centimeter, what is the length of the hypotenuse?[1] cm92.58 cm

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Answer:106.90 cmStep-by-step explanation:Given
Angle=30 degrees
Base=92.58 cm
So,
We will have to use the triangular ratios to find the hypotenuse.
The triangular ratio that will be used for this will be cosine because we know the value of angle and base since it involves both cosine will be used.
cosθ=Base/Hypotense
cos30=92.58/Hypotenuse
0.8660=92.58/Hypotenuse
Hypotenuse=92.58/0.8660
=106.90 cm ..