Consider a Right Triangle.
Side 1: = 6 Feet
Side 2 = 4 Feet
Hypotenuse = 5 Feet.
In general, I would assume that it is not possible that a hypotenuse would be shorter then the longest side in a right triangle.
Using the Pythagorean Theorem:
Side 1 = A, Side 2 = B, and Hypotenuse = C.
62 +42 = C2
36+16 = C2
7.211 = C and C does not Equal 5.
Would it be correct in saying that a right triangle with Side 1 = 6, Side 2 = 4, and a Hypotenuse = 5 is not possible.