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Mar 30, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The three dimensions you have given are also the three sides of a triangle. the length of the other diagonal is equal to twice the distance from the center point of the 602.94 diagonal to the vertex between the 694.50 and 418.32 legs.

Do your homework.

Do your homework.

Feb 02, 2015 | Computers & Internet

If it's a parallelogram, the other two sides must be equal as well. You already know two of the sides as 13.6 each.

Your equation would be as follows (using x for the solution)

94 - (13.6 + 13.6) = 2x

Your equation would be as follows (using x for the solution)

94 - (13.6 + 13.6) = 2x

Jun 22, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Since the two adjacent angles of a parallelogram must add to 180 degrees, the two angles have to be 45 and 135 degrees respectively.

Nov 02, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Length of diagonal =SQRT(136^2+87^2)=161.4465856 ft

One angle = arctan(87/136)=32.60... degrees

Other angle= 90-32.60=57.39 degrees

One angle = arctan(87/136)=32.60... degrees

Other angle= 90-32.60=57.39 degrees

Sep 10, 2011 | Super Tutor Trigonometry (ESDTRIG) for PC

Area - The size of a surface

Specific

Square

Area = Side x Side

Rectangle

Area = Length x Width

Triangle

Area = Base x Height (cut the answer in half and that is your area)

Parallelogram

Area = Base x Height

Circle

Area = Radius x Radius x 3.14

Specific

Square

Area = Side x Side

Rectangle

Area = Length x Width

Triangle

Area = Base x Height (cut the answer in half and that is your area)

Parallelogram

Area = Base x Height

Circle

Area = Radius x Radius x 3.14

Aug 30, 2011 | Computers & Internet

1. the ratio of there height is 3:2

2. the ratio of areas of the triangle is: 125:6561

3. the perimeter of smaller parallelogram is: 40 cm2

4. THe real length of the object is 7 cm

2. the ratio of areas of the triangle is: 125:6561

3. the perimeter of smaller parallelogram is: 40 cm2

4. THe real length of the object is 7 cm

Jan 21, 2011 | Dell Computers & Internet

Hello,

There is no such thing as an**irregular** rectangle. This being said, I believe that the area of a parallelogram is **still** equal to the product of the base by the height.

Draw your parallelogram with one side horizontal. From the next corner, draw a line perpendicular to the base. The length of the segment you just drew is h. If b is the length of the base the area is b*h.

Hope it helps.

There is no such thing as an

Draw your parallelogram with one side horizontal. From the next corner, draw a line perpendicular to the base. The length of the segment you just drew is h. If b is the length of the base the area is b*h.

Hope it helps.

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