1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Alexander has a 6.0m long pole. He wants to use the pole to make a right triangle. One of the legs, meaning not the hypotenuse, is 2.0m long. Calculate the length of the tho other sides in the triangle. 2. Relevant equations Phytagorah theorem asquared + b squared is equal to c squared. 3. The attempt at a solution What i did was i tried to set up an equation. I wrote the other leg as x, and the hyoptenuse as 6-x because it was originally a 6m long pole. I then had 2squared+xsquared equal to 6-xsquared. I found that x is equal to the squareroot of 2 which is not correct and i do not know how to get further.