# System of equations + trapezoid - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 10

- Isosceles trapezoid

Perimeter of the isosceles trapezoid is 48 cm. One side is two times greater than the second side. Determine the dimensions of the trapezoid. - Trapezoid

How long are the trapezoid bases with area 24 cm^{2}and height 3 cm. One base is 3 times longer than the shorter. - Dimensions of the trapezoid

One of the bases of the trapezoid is one-fifth larger than its height, the second base is 1 cm larger than its height. Find the dimensions of the trapezoid if its area is 115 cm^{2} - Trapezoid

trapezoid ABCD a = 35 m, b=28 m c = 11 m and d = 14 m. How to calculate its area? - Isosceles trapezoid

Calculate the content of an isosceles trapezoid whose bases are at ratio 5:3, the arm is 6cm long and it is 4cm high. - Bases

The length of the bases trapezium are in ratio 4:5. Length of midline is 15. How long are the bases of a trapezoid? - Internal angles IST

Determine internal angles of isosceles trapezium ABCD /a, c are the bases/ and if: alpha:gamma = 1:3 - Railway embankment

The section of the railway embankment is an isosceles trapezoid, the sizes of the bases of which are in the ratio 5: 3. The arms have a length of 5 m and the height of the embankment is 4.8 m. Calculates the size of the embankment section area. - The size

The size of a Trapezium are 3/4×cm, ×cm 2(×+1)cm and 3(×+2)cm long respectively if it's perimeter is 60cm, calculate the length of each side. - Trapezium internal angles

A trapezium where AB is parallel to CD, has angle A : angle D = 4 :5, angle B = 3x-15 and angle C = 4x+20. Find angle A, B, C and D.

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