A radius of a regular triangle is 12 . find the length of one side of the triangle?
A midsegment of a triangle is parallel to the side of the triangle, and it's length is half the length of that side
The answer depends on what information you do have about the triangle.
Divide the length of a side of one triangle by the length of the corresponding side of the other triangle.
-- Find the length of one side. -- Find the length of another side. -- Find the length of the remaining side. -- Add the three numbers. -- Their sum is the perimeter of the scalene triangle.
If the triangle is equilateral, you simply divide the perimeter by three to find the length of each side. If the triangle is not equilateral, you will need more information to determine the length of each side.
Find the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose legs are 8 and 15 units in length.
Are of a triangle is (length of the base) times (height)/2 .
The answer will depend on whether the length is the hypotenuse or one of the legs of the triangle.
By measuring it
The ratio of the length of the side in the big triangle to the length of the corresponding side in the little triangle is the scale factor.
if the equal sides of an isosceles triangle have lengths a, and the third side is 12 in., find a
V= area of the triangle x length
The measurement of the angle of the triangle...supposing it is a triangle.
To find the missing length of a triangle
You can measure it with a ruler.
Find the perimeter of the triangle with sides of length x, 5x and 6-3x?
It depends on how big the triangle is. Find out the length of one side and then all the rest of the sides will be the same.
If you have the length of each of the three sides of a triangle, you can find the perimeter of (the distance around) the triangle by adding the length of the sides. Their sum will be the perimeter of this geometric shape.
multiply the x-length and the y-length and 2
An isosceles triangle has 3 sides 2 of which are equal in length
The answer depends on what information you do have.
It depends on the information available to you.
-- Area of a triangle = 1/2 of (length of the base times height) -- Perimeter of a triangle = (length of one side) + (length of another side) + (length of last side)