## Trigonometry (10th Edition)

In a 30$^{\circ}$ - 60$^{\circ}$ triangle the length of the Hypotensue is always twice the length of the side opposite of the 30$^{\circ}$.
In a 30$^{\circ}$ - 60$^{\circ}$ triangle the length of the Hypotensue is always twice the length of the side opposite of the 30$^{\circ}$. Choice 2 avoids any unnecessary fractions that could occur otherwise.