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<p>Not entirely sure what the issue is here - you're scaling the triangle, can't you just scale the values too?</p>
<p>Multiply the values from the left triangle by 30/58.0 (Hypotenuse2/Hypotenuse1) and you get the right triangle values</p>
<p>Example using the standard 3 4 5 triangle:</p>
<p>1) Hypotenuse: 5, Opposite: 3, Adjacent: 4</p>
<p>2) Hypotenuse: 10</p>
<p>To get the Opposite and Adjacent values:</p>
<p>Opposite = 3 * 10/5 = 6</p>
<p>Adjacent = 4 * 10/5 = 8</p>
<p>Which matches with a 6 8 10 triangle like you'd expect</p>Thu, 05 Aug 2010 15:07:51 GMTMike 3