As a square has right angles, the diagonal forms a right triangle with two of the sides of the square. Therefore use Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² → diagonal² = 2side² → diagonal = side × √2 Therefore to… Full Answer
y = 6x - 5 Since the slope of the line is 6, then the graph of the line, represented by that equation is neither horizontal (zero slope) nor vertical (undefined slope) line. Thus, it is a diagonal line.
Divide the length of the diagonal of a square by 1.4142 (which is the square root of 2) to find the length of a side. Similarly, to find the length of the diagonal of a square, multiply the length of… Full Answer
Slope is found by calculating rise over run. It represents the steepness of a line and the line's direction. The higher the absolute value of the slope, the more the line's steepness increases, and vice versa. If the slope is… Full Answer
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… Full Answer
The length of the diagonal which is to opposite of 100⁰ angle is: diagonal length = √[152 + 82 - 2(15)(8)cos 100⁰] diagonal length ≈ 18 The length of the diagonal which is to opposite of 100⁰ angle is: diagonal… Full Answer
You can use slope to measure the diagonals. If the product of their slopes is -1 then they are perpendicular. <><><><><> Draw a square. Note the coordinates for the corners. For instance, my corners are (0,0), (1,0), (1,1), and (0,1)… Full Answer
By the Pythagorean Theorem, the diagonal is the hypotenuse of the right triangle formed by the diagonal and the two included sides. c2 = a2 + b2 so the diagonal is the square root of the sum of the squares… Full Answer
To find the slope you need to find the Y-Intercept (the line that crosses through the Y-Axis) then on the Y-Intercept move one unit to the right and go either up or down until you've hit the diagonal line.
The perimeter of a square with a diagonal of 12 centimeters is: 33.9 centimeters. In future, to find out the perimeter of a square when you only know it's diagonal, use Pythagoras or times the diagonal by 2.828427125. This number… Full Answer
Cool question ! Answer - half it then cube it to prove it - an example for you if cube diagonal (not square diagonal) is 100, then using pythagoras theorm the square diagonal = 70.71068, If square the square diagonal… Full Answer
To find the diagonal in a cuboid, we use Pythagoras' Theorem in 3 dimensions. If we call the diagonal D, and the 3 dimensions of the cuboid (length, width, height) a, b and c: D=sqrt(a2+b2+c2) Example: The cuboid has dimensions… Full Answer
The diagonals are perpendicular to one another. The shorter diagonal is bisected by the longer diagonal. The kite is symmetrical about the longer diagonal. The longer diagonal bisects the angles at each end of the diagonal.
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… Full Answer
Two adjacent sides of a square and the diagonal joining their ends froms a right angle triangle. The legs of the triangle are 10 ft each and the diagonal is the hypotenuse. By pythagoras, diagonal = sqrt(102 + 102) =… Full Answer