Square root + The right triangle altitude theorem - math problems
Number of problems found: 9
- Triangle ABC
Right triangle ABC with right angle at the C, |BC|=18, |AB|=33. Calculate the height of the triangle hAB to the side AB.
- Without Euclid laws
Right triangle ABC with right angle at the C has a=14 and hypotenuse c=26. Calculate the height h of this triangle without the use of Euclidean laws.
- Leg and height
Solve right triangle with height v = 9.6 m and shorter cathetus b = 17.3 m.
The legs of a right triangle have dimensions 244 m and 246 m. Calculate the length of the hypotenuse and the height of this right triangle.
- Area of RT
In the right triangle has orthogonal projections of legs to the hypotenuse lengths 15 cm and 9 cm. Determine the area of this triangle.
- Area of RT
Calculate the right triangle area that hypotenuse has length 14, and one hypotenuse segment has length 5.
- Triangle KLM
In the rectangular triangle KLM, where is hypotenuse m (sketch it!) find the length of the leg k and the height of triangle h if hypotenuse's segments are known mk = 5cm and ml = 15cm
To circle with a radius of 41 cm from the point R guided two tangents. The distance of both points of contact is 16 cm. Calculate the distance from point R and circle centre.
- Rhombus and inscribed circle
It is given a rhombus with side a = 6 cm and the radius of the inscribed circle r = 2 cm. Calculate the length of its two diagonals.
Square root - math problems. The right triangle altitude theorem - math problems.