# What is the ratio of 2 circles and 3 triangles?

The ratio of 2 circles and 3 triangles can be expressed as :

2 : 3.

### How do you create three different drawings showing a number of circles and triangles in which the ratio of circles to triangles is 2 to 3?

To create three different drawings showing a number of circles and triangles in which the ratio is 2:3 you can: Start with an equilateral triangle, draw a circle inside it, draw an equilateral triangle inside the circle, draw a circle in the triangle and then draw an equilateral tiangle in the smallest circle. Or, you could draw 3 triangles and 2 circles in a line. Or, you could draw 3 triangles on a line with…

### Prove that two equilateral triangles are always similar?

Two triangles are similar if: 1) 3 angles of 1 triangle are the same as 3 angles of the other or 2) 3 pairs of corresponding sides are in the same ratio or 3) An angle of 1 triangle is the same as the angle of the other triangle and the sides containing these angles are in the same ratio. So if they are both equilateral, then they both have three 60 degree angles since…

### What is the difference between plane trigonometry and spherical trigonometry?

Trigonometry is the study of plane and spherical triangles. Plane trigonometry deals with 2 Dimensional triangles like the ones you would draw on a piece of paper. But, spherical trigonometry deals with circles and 3 Dimensional triangles. Plane trigonometry uses different numbers and equations than spherical trigonometry. There's plane trigonometry, where you work with triangles on a flat surface, then there's spherical trigonometry, where you work with triangles on a sphere.

### What are a score or more facts relevant to triangles?

They are as follows:- 1 Triangles are 2 dimensional polygon shapes 2 Triangles have 3 sides 3 Triangles may have acute angles greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees 4 Triangles may have right angles which are 90 degrees 5 Triangles may have obtuse angles greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees 6 Triangles have 3 interior angles that add up to 180 degrees 7 Triangles have 3 exterior angles that add up…

### How calculte area of hexagon if the height have 2 units?

This must be a regular hexagon. Draw a height from the lower left vertex to the upper left vertex (2 units). Draw a horizontal diagonal thru the hexagon "left to right". These lines create 2 triangles on the left. A hexagon has angles of 60 degrees. Because the two extra lines are perpendicular so this means the triangles are 30-60-90 triangles. The altitude of these triangles is 1/2 the height of the hexagon, so these…

### Two identical circles overlap such that the center point of one circle is on the edge of the other circle If the overlapping area is exactly 20000 square centimetres what is the radius of the circles?

One way to do this problem is as follows: Let X represent the area of the overlap (which we know is 20000. Let S represent the area in one circle that is outside of the overlapping area (it is best to draw yourself a picture). Because the circles are identical, there is a symmetry such that the S is the same in each circle. Now create a two equilateral triangles with sides of length r…

### How do you make a cookie monster design on Stardoll?

you have to have two big white circles but your background must be a dark blue. then click on the mouth shape thing and rotate it to where it is going to the left of the computer screen but for they eyes use the big white circles and put small black circles in the white circle and use the skinny triangles to make 3 teeth in the mouth.

### What is the ratio of the perimiter of two equilateral tringles if their areas are 27 and 75?

We know that the perimeters of similar polygons have the same ratio as any two corresponding sides. Since we are dealing with equilateral triangles, we only need to find the scale factor because we know that in general, the ratio of the area of two similar figures is the square of the scale factor. Let A1 = 75 and A2 = 27. So we have, A1/A2 = 75/27 = 25/9 Thus, the scale factor or…