# Rhomboid - examples

- 4-gon

It is true that a 4-gon whose two sides are parallel and the other two has equal length, is a parallelogram? - Trapezoid MO-5-Z8

ABCD is a trapezoid that lime segment CE divided into a triangle and parallelogram as shown. Point F is the midpoint of CE, DF line passes through the center of the segment BE and the area of the triangle CDE is 3 cm^{2.}Determine the area of the trapezoid A - Tetrahedral prism

Calculate surface and volume tetrahedral prism, which has a rhomboid-shaped base, and its dimensions are: a = 12 cm, b = 7 cm, ha = 6 cm and prism height h = 10 cm. - Area 4gon

Calculate area of 4-gon, two and the two sides are equal and parallel with lengths 7, 15, 7 and 15. Inner angles are 45°, 135°,45°, 135°. - Parallelogram

Side a of parallelogram is twice longer than side b. Its circumference is 78 dm. Calculate the length of the sides of a parallelogram. - Rhomboid

Calculate the circumference and area of the rhomboid with sides 11 and 17, with their angle 70°. - Prism

Calculate the surface area and volume of a prism with a body height h = 10 cm and its base has shape of a rhomboid with sides a = 5.8 cm, b = 3 cm and the distance of its two longer sides is w = 2.4 cm. - Rhomboid

The dimensions of the rhomboid sides are a= 5cm, b = 6 cm and the size of the angle at the vertex A is 60°. What is the length of side AC? - Tetrahedral prism - rhomboid base

Calculate the area and volume tetrahedral prism that has base rhomboid shape and its dimensions are: a = 12 cm, b = 70 mm, v_a = 6 cm, v_h = 1 dm. - Parallelogram

Calculate area of the parallelogram ABCD as shown if |AB| = 45 cm, |BC| = 23 cm and angle BAD = 30° - Black building

Jordan built building with a rectangular shape 5 m × 5.1 m. Calculate how much percent exceeded the limit 25 m^{2}for small building. Building not built in accordance with the law is called "black building". Calculate the angle that the walls were clenching - Dusan

a) Dusan break two same window, which has triangular shape with a length of 0.8 m and corresponding height 9.5 dm. Find how many dm^{2}of glass he needs to buy for glazing of these windows. b) Since the money to fix Dusan has not, must go to the paint job

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