# The right triangle altitude theorem - practice problems - page 2 of 3

The altitude to the hypotenuse is the geometric mean of the two segments of the hypotenuse. Each leg of the right triangle is the mean proportional of the hypotenuse and the segment of the hypotenuse that is adjacent to the leg.$h=c_{1}c_{2} $

Also known as a geometric mean theorem. The geometric mean theorem is a special case of the chord theorem.

#### Number of problems found: 56

- Cableway

Cableway has a length of 1800 m. The horizontal distance between the upper and lower cable car station is 1600 m. Calculate how much meters altitude is higher upper station than the base station. - Triangle ABC

In a triangle ABC with the side BC of length 2 cm. Point K is the middle point of AB. Points L and M split the AC side into three equal lines. KLM is an isosceles triangle with a right angle at the point K. Determine the lengths of the sides AB, AC triang - Euclid 5

Calculate the length of remain sides of a right triangle ABC if a = 7 cm and height v_{c}= 5 cm. - Goat and circles

What is the radius of a circle centered on the other circle, and is the intersection of the two circles equal to half the area of the first circle? This task is the mathematical expression of the role of agriculture. The farmer has circular land on which - Euclidean distance

Calculate the Euclidean distance between shops A, B, and C, where: A 45 0.05 B 60 0.05 C 52 0.09 The first figure is the weight in grams of bread, and the second figure is the USD price. - Isosceles IV

In an isosceles triangle ABC is |AC| = |BC| = 13 and |AB| = 10. Calculate the radius of the inscribed (r) and described (R) circle. - Euklid4

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. - 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. - 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. - 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 (|PB|)/(|DP|). - Rhombus

It is given a rhombus of side length a = 19 cm. Touchpoints of inscribed circle divided his sides into sections a_{1}= 5 cm and a_{2}= 14 cm. Calculate the radius r of the circle and the length of the diagonals of the rhombus. - Right Δ

A right triangle has the length of one leg 11 cm and the hypotenuse 61 cm size. Calculate the height of the triangle. - Area of RT

Calculate the right triangle area that hypotenuse has length 14, and one hypotenuse segment has length 5. - Hypotenuse and height

In a right triangle is length of the hypotenuse c = 56 cm and height h_{c}= 4 cm. Determine the length of both trangle legs. - Proof PT

Can you easily prove Pythagoras theorem using Euclidean theorems? If so, do it. - Area of RT

The right triangle has orthogonal projections of legs to the hypotenuse lengths 15 cm and 9 cm. Determine the area of this triangle. - Euclid3

Calculate height and sides of the right triangle, if one leg is a = 81 cm and section of hypotenuse adjacent to the second leg c_{b}= 39 cm. - Euclid2

In the right triangle ABC with a right angle at C is given side a=29 and height v=17. Calculate the perimeter of the triangle. - Euclid1

The right triangle has hypotenuse c = 27 cm. How large sections cuts height h_{c}=3 cm on the hypotenuse c?

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