Solve for h. rs + h^2 = l

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  1. math_celebrity

    math_celebrity Administrator Staff Member

    Solve for h. rs + h^2 = l

    Subtract rs from each side to isolate h:
    rs - rs + h^2 = l - rs

    Cancel the rs terms on the left side, and we get:
    h^2 = l - rs

    Take the square root of each side:
    h = sqrt(l - rs)

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