**Hello there i hope you are having a great day :) Your question: A certain television is advertised as a 50-inch TV (the diagonal length). If the width of the TV is 14 inches, how many inches tall is the TV?**

**So you would need to used the Pythagorean theorem that would be**

** c^2 = a^2 + b^2**

**So this would equal letter C as The hypotenuse of the right angle and also letter A and B are the stands on the triangle so C would equal 50 inches and A and B would equal 14 inches.**

**Then the Hard bit so you would be,**

**1) a^2 = c^2 - b^2**

**2) a = √c^2 - b^2**

**3) a = 50^2 - 14^2**

**4) a = √ 2,500 - 196**

**5) a = √2,304**

**6) A = 26**

**So the answer would be 26 Hopefully ❤**