The leg of a right triangle that lies on one ray of angle θ is called the ___ leg, and the leg that lies across triangle from θ is called the ___ leg.

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The leg of a right triangle that lies on one ray of angle \(\theta\) is called the ? leg, and the leg that lies across triangle from \(\theta\) is called the ? leg.

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The leg of a right triangle that lies on one ray of angle \(\theta\) is called the adjacent leg, and the leg that lies across triangle from \(\theta\) is called the opposite leg.

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