Adding + triangle - examples
- Short cut
Imagine that you are going to the friend. That path has a length 330 meters. Then turn left and go another 2000 meters and you are at a friend's. The question is how much the journey will be shorter if you go direct across the field?
- Recursion squares
In the square ABCD is inscribed a square so that its vertices lie at the centers of the sides of the square ABCD.The procedure of inscribing square is repeated this way. Side length of square ABCD is a = 22 cm. Calculate: a) the sum of perimeters of all
- Two forces
Two forces with magnitudes of 25 and 30 pounds act on an object at angles of 10° and 100° respectively. Find the direction and magnitude of the resultant force. Round to two decimal places in all intermediate steps and in your final answer.
- Isosceles triangle
Calculate the perimeter of isosceles triangle with arm length 26 cm and base length of 21 cm.
The triangle is one outer angle 158°54' and one internal angle 148°. Calculate the other internal angles of a triangle.
- Three vectors
The three forces whose amplitudes are in ratio 9:10:17 act in the plane at one point so that they are in balance. Determine the angles of the each two forces.
Find out whether given sizes of the angles can be interior angles of a triangle: a) 23°10',84°30',72°20' b) 90°,41°33',48°37' c) 14°51',90°,75°49' d) 58°58',59°59',60°3'
A plane flew 50 km on a bearing 63°20' and the flew on a bearing 153°20' for 140km. Find the distance between the starting point and the ending point.
- 2d shape
Calculate the content of a shape in which an arbitrary point is not more than 3 cm from the segment AB. The length of the segment AB is 5 cm.
Forces with magnitudes F1 = 42N and F2 = 35N act at a common point and make an angle of 77°12'. How big is their resultant?
- Six-sided polygon
In a six-sided polygon. The first two angles are equal, the third angle is twice (the equal angles), two other angles are trice the equal angle, while the last angle is a right angle. Find the value of each angle.
- Infinite sum of areas
Above the height of the equilateral triangle ABC is constructed an equilateral triangle A1, B1, C1, of the height of the equilateral triangle built A2, B2, C2, and so on. The procedure is repeated continuously. What is the total sum of the areas of all tri
- Adding shapes
5 triangles + 1 square = how many sides in all
See also our trigonometric triangle calculator.