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A contradiction is what. An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides, and therefore equal angles. An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides and one shorter or longer..

Posted on Apr 23, 2014

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: the diagram shows an equilateral triangle p is the mid-point of a

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What is the question?

luciana44

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

SOURCE: there is an equilateral triangle. in it there are

how big is the triangle? if the coins are a mile in diameter doesnt mean you cant have an equilateral triangle with legs of 32 miles long.

or are you asking for the equation?

i will send you on the path to the equation.

if you draw a circle on a piece of paper then draw a triangle around it where is the center? if the triangle were a perfect equilateral then the circle would be a perfect circle touching the sides of the triangle.

its important to know where the center is because the center of the circle to the edge of the circle is the radius.

so the center of a triangle is the center of the circle. therfeore the radius of the circle will equal hieght/2...

thinking that way you can say that if there were three coins then the center of the triangle cant be occupied by a coin but is very close to an edge. where is the center of the coin?

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

SOURCE: What is the perimeter of an equilateral triangle with one side measuring 7.5 inches

3 times 7.5 inches

Posted on Mar 17, 2013

Having 2 equal sides...

http://www.math-salamanders.com/image-files/math-worksheets-printable-isosceles-triangles-bw.gif

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Apr 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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You need to calculate the slant height of the pyramid for the formula of the lateral area. You should find a value of** (1/2)*SQRT(203) **or about 7.1239 cm

You need to calculate the altitude (height) of the pyramid from the apex (summit) to the center of the base triangle (center of inscribed circle, barycenter, orthocenter). The hypotenuse of such triangle is the slant height. One leg is the altitude (to be found),**the measure of the second leg is (1/3) the altitude** **of the equilateral triangle** that forms the base. You should find (1/3) m MH= (1/3)* **(11/2)*SQRT(3)**

1. Calculate the area of the base (use a formula for the equilateral triangle or the general formula for a triangle: you have its height MH ).

2. Lateral area = 3 times the area of triangle Triangle ECD (in yellow above).

3. Total area = area of base + lateral area.

4. Volume= (1/3)(Area of base)* (height of pyramid)

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You need to calculate the slant height of the pyramid for the formula of the lateral area. You should find a value of

You need to calculate the altitude (height) of the pyramid from the apex (summit) to the center of the base triangle (center of inscribed circle, barycenter, orthocenter). The hypotenuse of such triangle is the slant height. One leg is the altitude (to be found),

1. Calculate the area of the base (use a formula for the equilateral triangle or the general formula for a triangle: you have its height MH ).

2. Lateral area = 3 times the area of triangle Triangle ECD (in yellow above).

3. Total area = area of base + lateral area.

4. Volume= (1/3)(Area of base)* (height of pyramid)

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Mar 29, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Three if you classify by sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. Five if you classify by angles: right, oblique, acute, obtuse, and degenerate.

See this for more details.

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Mar 06, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

Well, there is classification by sides, **equilateral** with 3 equal sides, **Isosceles** with two equal sides, and **scalene** with no equal sides, but you talk about angles, but I wanted to point out equilaterals have 3 equal angles, isoceles have 2 equal angles and scalene have no equal angles.

So, now we talk about angles: a**Right** trianlge has one angle that is 90 degrees, an **Obtuse** triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees, and an **Acute** has no angles over 90 degrees.

Thus, it is possible to have a (scalene or isoceles) AND (acute, obtuse, or right) triangle, but never an equilateral AND (obtuse or right). The angles can't be equal and 90+ degrees if all three must equal 180 degrees.

So, now we talk about angles: a

Thus, it is possible to have a (scalene or isoceles) AND (acute, obtuse, or right) triangle, but never an equilateral AND (obtuse or right). The angles can't be equal and 90+ degrees if all three must equal 180 degrees.

Oct 06, 2012 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

Well, just multiply 7.5 by 3. Solution: 22.5

Oct 06, 2012 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

Assuming you are specifying Area = sqrt(243/4) =
7.79422
Then the sides of the equilateral triangle are: 4.24264

Source: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/geometry-plane/triangles-equilateral.php

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Source: http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/geometry-plane/triangles-equilateral.php

Best, Hunter

Mar 02, 2011 | Google Chrome

Let ABC be the equilateral triangle,

and PC be the line joining the mid point of A and C.

We know that equilateral triangle has equal angles which means

Now,

in triangle AHC

Sin(THETA) = AH/AC

That is...

Sin(60) = (7root3)/AC

or AC = (7root3)/Sin(60)

AC=14

Perimeter of equilateral triangle ABC = 3 x Side

= 3 x 14

= 42

and PC be the line joining the mid point of A and C.

We know that equilateral triangle has equal angles which means

Now,

in triangle AHC

Sin(THETA) = AH/AC

That is...

Sin(60) = (7root3)/AC

or AC = (7root3)/Sin(60)

AC=14

Perimeter of equilateral triangle ABC = 3 x Side

= 3 x 14

= 42

Sep 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Jul 12, 2010 | Sun Java Programming Language (cdj-275)

how big is the triangle? if the coins are a mile in diameter doesnt mean you cant have an equilateral triangle with legs of 32 miles long.

or are you asking for the equation?

i will send you on the path to the equation.

if you draw a circle on a piece of paper then draw a triangle around it where is the center? if the triangle were a perfect equilateral then the circle would be a perfect circle touching the sides of the triangle.

its important to know where the center is because the center of the circle to the edge of the circle is the radius.

so the center of a triangle is the center of the circle. therfeore the radius of the circle will equal hieght/2...

thinking that way you can say that if there were three coins then the center of the triangle cant be occupied by a coin but is very close to an edge. where is the center of the coin?

or are you asking for the equation?

i will send you on the path to the equation.

if you draw a circle on a piece of paper then draw a triangle around it where is the center? if the triangle were a perfect equilateral then the circle would be a perfect circle touching the sides of the triangle.

its important to know where the center is because the center of the circle to the edge of the circle is the radius.

so the center of a triangle is the center of the circle. therfeore the radius of the circle will equal hieght/2...

thinking that way you can say that if there were three coins then the center of the triangle cant be occupied by a coin but is very close to an edge. where is the center of the coin?

Jun 10, 2010 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

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