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If the shared hypotenuse between the two right triangles is 1.3 centimeters longer than the longest leg length, what is the length of the hypotenuse if the longest leg length is 5.5 centimeters?
a.
6.8 cm
b.
5.5 cm
c.
4.2 cm
d.
7.1 cm

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