# Diagonal + area of shape - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 91

- Rhombus diagonal

Area of rhombus is 224. One diagonal measures 33, find length of other diagonal. - Diagonal to area

Calculate the area of a rectangle in which the length of the diagonal is 10 cm. - Diagonal

Diagonal of the rectangle has length 46.4 cm. Angle between diagonal and londer sife of rectangle is 22°. Calculate area of the rectangle. - Trapezoid - diagonal

A trapezoid has a length of diagonal AC crossed with diagonal BD in the ratio 2:1. The triangle created by points A, cross point of diagonals S and point D has area 164 cm^{2}. What is the area of the trapezoid? - Square

Calculate area of the square with diagonal 64 cm. - Rhombus

The rhombus with area 68 has one diagonal is longer by 6 than second one. Calculate the length of the diagonals and rhombus sides. - Square

Calculate the perimeter and the area of square with a diagonal length 30 cm. - A square

A square with a length of diagonals 12cm give: a) Calculate the area of a square b) rhombus with the same area as the square, has one diagonal with a length of 16 cm. Calculate the length of the other diagonal. - Area of a rectangle

Calculate the area of a rectangle with a diagonal of u = 12.5cm and a width of b = 3.5cm. Use the Pythagorean theorem. - Hexagon ABCDEF

In the regular hexagon ABCDEF, the diagonal AE has a length 8cm. Calculate the circumference and the hexagon area. - Diamond area from diagonals

In the diamond ABCD is AB = 4 dm and the length of the diagonal is 6.4 dm long. What is the area of the diamond? - Cube cut

The cube ABCDA'B'C'D ' has an edge of 12cm. Calculate the area of diagonal cut B DD'B '. - Annular area

The square with side a = 1 is inscribed and circumscribed by circles. Find the annular area. - Rhombus 2

Calculate the rhombus area, which has a height v=48 mm and shorter diagonal u = 60 mm long. - Square s3

Calculate the diagonal of the square, where its area is 0.49 cm square. And also calculate its circumference. - Diagonal

he rectangular ABCD trapeze, whose AD arm is perpendicular to the AB and CD bases, has area 15cm square. Bases have lengths AB = 6cm, CD = 4cm. Calculate the length of the AC diagonal. - Rectangle diagonal

The rectangle, one side of which is 5 cm long, is divided by a 13 cm diagonal into two triangles. Calculate the area of one of these triangles in cm^{2}. - Trapezoid - hard example

Base of the trapezoid are: 24, 16 cm. Diagonal 22, 26 cm. Calculate its area and perimeter. - Rectangle 35

Find the area of a rectangle when the diagonal is equal to 30 cms and the width is double the length. - Diamond diagonals

Find the diamond diagonal's lengths if the area is 156 cm^{2}and side is 13 cm long.

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