# Rectangle + triangle - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 66

- Perimeters

A rectangle has a perimeter of 16p centimeters, it had a width of 2p centimeters. Each side of an equilateral triangle is 1/2 the length of the rectangle. Find the total perimeter of the rectangle and the triangle if p=8. - Rectangle

In a rectangle with sides, 6 and 3 mark the diagonal. What is the probability that a randomly selected point within the rectangle is closer to the diagonal than to any side of the rectangle? - Rectangle 3-4-5

The sides of the rectangle are in a ratio of 3:4. The length of the rectangle diagonal is 20 cm. Calculate the content of the rectangle. - Rectangle

There is a rectangle with a length of 12 cm and a diagonal 8 cm longer than the width. Calculate the area of rectangle. - Inscribed rectangle

The circle area is 216. Determine the area of inscribed rectangle with one side 5 long. - Perimeter and diagonal

The perimeter of the rectangle is 82 m, the length of its diagonal is 29 m. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. - Rectangle

The rectangle is 21 cm long and 38 cm wide. Determine the radius of the circle circumscribing rectangle. - Rectangle 35

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

Calculate the length of the side GN and diagonal QN of rectangle QGNH when given: |HN| = 25 cm and angle ∠ QGH = 28 degrees. - Rectangle

In rectangle ABCD with sides |AB|=19, |AD|=16 is from point A guided perpendicular to the diagonal BD, which intersects at point P. Determine the ratio ?. - Inscribed rectangle

What is the perimeter of a rectangle that is inscribed in a circle whose diameter is 5 dm long? Answer: 14 dm - Diagonal in rectangle

In that rectangle ABCD is the center of BC point E and point F is center of CD. Prove that the lines AE and AF divide diagonal BD into three equal parts. - A rectangle 2

A rectangle has a diagonal length of 74cm. Its side lengths are in ratio 5:3. Find its side lengths. - 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. - 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}. - Median

In the right triangle are sides a=41 dm b=42 dm. Calculate the length of the medians t_{c}to the hypotenuse. - Diagonal to area

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

Calculate the diagonal length of the rectangle ABCD with sides a = 8 cm, b = 7 cm. - Cube

Calculate the surface of the cube ABCDA'B'C'D' if the area of rectangle ACC'A' = 344 mm^{2}. - Diagonal - simple

Calculate the length of the diagonal of a rectangle with dimensions 5 cm and 12 cm.

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