## Trigonometry 7th Edition

The longest side is 2. the side opposite 60° is $\sqrt 3$.
The longest side of a 30°–60°–90° triangle is twice the shortest side and the side opposite the 60° angle is $\sqrt 3$ times the shortest side. Given that Shortest side = 1 Therefore Longest side = 2 $\times$ shortest side = 2$\times$1 = 2 Side opposite 60° = $\sqrt 3\times$ shortest side = $\sqrt 3 \times$1 = $\sqrt 3$