What is a diagonal shape?
Only a line can be diagonal, not a shape
A diagonal in a shape is a straight line from one vertex to another vertex (corner).
A diagonal has no shape, it is a straight line between the angles of a multi-sided figure.
"Diagonal" is not a shape, it is a direction, or orientation. If you drew a line from one corner of a square to the opposite corner, that new line would be diagonal to the square. Here is an example: / or \
Diagonal shapes do not normally bisect one another. Actually, I am not even sure what a diagonal shape is!
A diagonal would be measured in feet, not square feet. Given the length of a diagonal, it is not possible to determine the shape of the area to be covered. Without information about the shape, its area cannot be calculated.
A diagonal is a line segment that connects two non-adjacent vertices.
As no shape has been given for the area it is impossible to given the length of the diagonal - the diagonal can be ANY length greater than 0 (assuming you can define what diagonal means for the shape). If you are referring to a square with an area of 11 square inches then: Using Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² = 2 × side² → side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 area = side² =… Read More
draw diagonal lines coming from the back of the shape which are shorter down
It has 27 diagonals
It is a rectangle.
No. You cannot even get the shape!
ask your professor
That the shape is a polygon with four or more sides.
What you do is for example on a cube the lines are diagonal and on a normal square the line is strait! In every 3d shape or anything there is always a diagonal line.
An oblique line (line that slants) from one part of the shape to the other e.g from one corner of a square to the opposite corner is a diagonal line. I hope this solved your problem
A symmetrical shape is a shape that, if you draw a straight line from one point of it to the other, will cut the shape exactly in half so that the same image is on both sides. For example, if you cut a perfect square in half from top to bottom, or side to side, or diagonal to diagonal, both sides are symmetrical.
a stupid shape
The diagonal cut gives a larger cross sectional surface area, hence it is easier for sap to move from one section to the other. Diagonal cut also provides proper bandage to hold the graft.
It is a diagonal
A Saltire is a diagonal or St. Andrew's Cross - a cross, that is, in the shape of a letter X
Each diagonal runs from one corner of the shape to an opposite corner, so each diagonal requires 2 corners. So in a hundred cornered shape there will be half of a hundred diagonals, which is 50. Just divide the number of corners by 2. So for a hexagon, which has 6 sides and 6 corners, there are 3 diagonals.
4 - Because there are four vertices's (corners) on a rectangular shape. This can be proven when the distance between diagonal vertices's are the same.
The correct spelling is "diagonal" (a straight line joining two opposite corners of a shape).
Yes I think but if I'm wrong please please please tell me
You cannot. Information about the area does not even tell you how many sides the shape has.
No because a nonagon which is a 9 sided shape has 27 diagonals
There are lot of shapes in geometry. It is called polygons. Triangle, trapezoid, circle, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, diagonal, square etc. Parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, diagonal, square, and trapezoid are quadrilaterals.
Yes, but not a polygon (or polyhedron). Consider a quadrilateral with one diagonal. The end points of the diagonal are at odd vertices while the other two are even.
a trapezium is this shape this means it is a shape with 2 striate lines & 2 diagonal lines or it could look like this they can come in many different ways
a trapizoid is the 2d shape for that
diagonal: joining two opposite corners of a square, rectangle, or other straight-sided shape.
It is called a diagonal.
Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the length of the diagonal of a rectangle.
an oval hemispere * * * * * The cross section must be 2-dimensional so it cannot be a hemispere - or hemisphere, even. I suggest the shape is lenticular: the shape of a convex lens (with equal radii of curvature).
You can use the distance formula to show that all four sides are the same length. The shape must, therefore, be a rhombus or square. If you then show that the length of the diagonal is sqrt(2) times the length of the side then, by Pythagoras, the diagonal and sides from a right angled triangle. The shape must, therefore, be a square.
A simple straight line.It join two vetices(corners) of a polygon(a closed figure made of straight lines).
This is a tough question because the shape is not defined. In a square, it would be approximately 22.627 cm.
That depends on what shape you are referring to but if it's a square or a rectangle then use Pythagoras' theorem.
Work diagonally. First diagonal row should be all one color (any color). Second diagonal row should be all one shape (any shape.) Piece in the remaining blocks ensuring that no two colors nor shapes are in same row. Works every time. All the best to you!
Draw a diagonal to divide it into two triangles; find the area of each triangle and add the answers.
A diagonal is a line connecting two (non adjacent) vertices or corners. So the answer is two.
Assuming that you mean diagonal (not diagnol) lines, they are straight lines that join non-adjacent vertices in a polygon or polyhedron.
the mathematical term meaning the line between 2 corners of a 2D or 3D shape. example: a hexagon has nine diagonals
The width of a polygon will depend on its shape. For a polygon, in general, it is the length of the largest diagonal. However, for rectangles of squares it often refers to its smaller sides.
First of all, there is no such word as "rectangler". Second, there is no single formula for a rectangular prism or for any other shape. There are different formulae for the volume, surface area, number of faces, Euler characteristic, length of principal diagonal or other aspects. First of all, there is no such word as "rectangler". Second, there is no single formula for a rectangular prism or for any other shape. There are different formulae… Read More
A diamond is not a rigid shape unless it has a brace. A brace is a diagonal line you put inside shapes to make them rigid. Triangles are rigid so if you put a brace in a square to make two triangles the square is now rigid.
A diagonal. A diagonal. A diagonal. A diagonal.
it has 3 diagnols this is the right answers im sure because a diagonal is when a vertice meets another vertice and they join together and make a shape.
a square, horizontal,vertical, top left to bottom right diagonal, bottom left to top right