How Do I Find the Base of a Triangle Whose Sides Are 10 CM?


It would be impossible to find the base of a triangle whose sides are 10 cm without also knowing the measurement of one of the angles. If it is a right triangle then you can use the Pythagorean theorem to find the 3rd side. The Pythagorean Theorem is a^2+b^2=c^2.
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Use Pythagoras to find the perpendicular height of the triangle: 13. 2.5. 2. = 144 and the square root of this is the height of the triangle which is 12 cm. Area = 1/2*12*10 = 60
Sketch the triangle and enter the specific data. Recall that you once proved that the height of an isosceles triangle is the perpendicular bisector of the side opposite the angle
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The area of a triangle is represented as: one-half * base * height Also written as: (1/2)*b*h 12 cm is your hypotenuse, the longest side. On the little picture below, it is represented
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