# How long is the diagonal of a rectangle with dimensions 192.5in by 109in?

The diagonal is **221.2 inches long.**

### What is JK Starley's timeline?

its long but here it is 1860s J.K. Starley sets up business in Coventry. Starley starts to manufacture sewing machines in the Coventry area. 1884 Rover 'Safety' cycles are introduced. Starley introduces early tricycles and bicycles, using the name 'Rover' for the very first time. The Rover 'Safety' tricycle is followed by the Rover 'Safety' bicycle. The Rover 'Safety' was a forerunner of the modern pedal bicycle, and the name 'Rover' continues to…

### How long is the diagonal of a rectangle with dimensions 7in by 10in?

You use the pythagorous theorm to calculate the hypotenuse of the triangle, which is the same line as the diagonal. 7(7)+ 10(10)= diagonal x diagonal 149= diagonal x diagonal Diagonal= square root of 149: this approximates to 12.207in Visit quickanswerz.com for more math help/tutoring! Consider a rectangle with dimensions 7 inches by 10 inches. Let ABCD be the rectangle. We need to find the length of the diagonal. We know that the diagonals of a…

### What is the formula for a rectangle base prism?

The answer will depend on formula for WHAT! Its dimensions, surface area, volume, principal diagonal, mass. And on what information is available. The answer will depend on formula for WHAT! Its dimensions, surface area, volume, principal diagonal, mass. And on what information is available. The answer will depend on formula for WHAT! Its dimensions, surface area, volume, principal diagonal, mass. And on what information is available. The answer will depend on formula for WHAT! Its…

### If the diagonal and the area of a rectangle are 25 m and 168 m2 what is the length of the rectangle?

### How do you work out the diameter of a rectangle?

The diameter of a rectangle is the same as its diagonal (angle in a semicircle is a right angle). So the diagonal forms a right angled triangle with the diagonal as the hypotenuse and two sides of the rectangle (a length and a breadth) forming the legs of the triangle. If the lengths of the sides of the rectangle are known, a simple application of Pythagoras's theorem given the measure of the diagonal.