Trapezoid + quadrilateral - math problems

Trapezoid is a convex quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides but referred to as a trapezium outside North America. The parallel sides are called the bases of the trapezoid, and the other two sides are called the legs or the lateral sides.

Number of problems found: 7

  • Quadrilateral 2
    quadrilateral Show that the quadrilateral with vertices P1(0,1), P2(4,2) P3(3,6) P4(-5,4) has two right triangles.
  • Quadrangular prism
    trapezium_prism The quadrangular prism has a volume of 648 cm3. Trapezoid which is its base has the dimensions bases: a = 10 cm, c = 5 and height v = 6 cm. What is the height of the prism?
  • 4-gon
    trapezoid It is true that a 4-gon whose two sides are parallel and the other two has equal length, is a parallelogram?
  • Square
    stvorec Square JKLM has sides of length 24 cm. Point S is the center of LM. Calculate the area of the quadrant JKSM in cm2.
  • Trapezoidal prism
    lichobeznik-stredni_pricka_5 Calculate the surface of the quadrilateral prism ABCDA'B'C'D 'with the trapezoidal base ABCD. The height of the prism is 12 cm; ABCD trapezoidal data: AB base length is 8 cm, CD base length is 3 cm, BC arm length is 4 cm, and AC diagonal length is 7 cm. L
  • Parallelogram
    rovnobeznik_1 Find the perimeter of the parallelogram, where base a = 8 cm, height v = 3 cm, and angle alpha = 35° is the magnitude of the angle at vertex A.
  • Truncated pyramid
    komoly_jehlan The concrete pedestal in the shape of a regular quadrilateral truncated pyramid has a height of 12 cm, the pedestal edges have lengths of 2.4 and 1.6 dm. Calculate the surface of the base.

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