# In a right triangle, how do you find the exact value of c if a=14 b=14?

The hypotenuse is exactly $14 \sqrt{2}$.
This is an iscoseles right triangle in which the angles are 45-45-90. Sides a and b are equal, and the hypotenuse,c, is the length of one side times $\sqrt{2}$. Since both sides a and b are 14, the hypotenuse, c, is $14 \sqrt{2}$.