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A scalene triangle has sides that are all different lengths, as well as different angles as well.

Volume?? would be an amount that would be a liquid, usually.

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Draw 3 different triangles with an area of 24 cm squared

Good question.

The area of a triangle is the base times the height.

A=b * h, where A is the area, b is the length of the base, and h is the height.

So what three sets of numbers multiply to 24.

To do this, we can factor 24, starting from 1 going up to approximately the square root of 24, which is 5. After this, the numbers will just reverse.

1 * 24
2 * 12
3 * 8
4 * 6

Pick any three of these and make triangles with the base being one number, and the height being the other number. Then connect the ends of the line to the top of the height line. You can move the height along the base and create many many different triangles with an area of 24 cm squared.

Good luck,


Nov 28, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The area of triangle LMN is 18 ft2 and the area of triangle FGH is 24 ft2. If , what is the ratio of LM to FG?

In two similar triangles, the ratio of their areas is the square of the ratio of their sides. Let's assume LMN and FGH are similar triangles. The ratio of the areas of LMN to FGH is 18 to 24, or 3 to 4 or 0.75. We would then take the square root of 0.75 to get the ratio of the sides. I get 0.866. The reason it is the square is the area of a triangle is base times height divided by 2, and the base and height and sides of similar triangles are proportional.

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Mar 12, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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What is a scalene triangle

A triangle in which the three sides are all different lengths. Equivalently, a triangle in which the three angles are all different.

Mar 03, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to calculate angles

You need more information to be able to solve resolve the triangle.
All you can say is that the sum of the measures of the two unknown angles is
sum of values of the two angles =(180-76) degrees.

Nov 21, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How many type of triangle

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.

Mar 06, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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A scalene triangle has side measuremnts a=43, b=55, c=30 . Angle a plus Angle b must equal 43. Angle b plus Angle c must equal 55. Angle c plus Angle a must equal 30.

Answer: angle a=9 degree angle b=34 degree angle c=21 degree Explanation: we have, a+b=43............(1) c+b=55..............(2) c+a=30..............(3) from (3) we get, c=30-a...........(4) substituting value of c from (4) in (2) we get, 30-a+b=55.........(5) a+b=43..........(1) (5)-(1) give 30-2a=12 30-12=2a a=18/2=9 degree giving value of 'a' in (1) 9+b=43 b=34 degree similarly giving value of 'a' in (3) c+9=30 c=21 degree

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How can you classify a triangle according to it angle? is there a formula for it

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.

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How to increase volume of Nokia C5? Is thr any code or software

On the right side you will notice a switch showing you 2 triangles one on top and one on bottom. This is the volume switch. If you press the top triangle thr volume will increase and if you press the lower triangle the volume will decrease. Also you can go to phone settings in the menu and increase the volume by clicking on volume control.

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