# Triangle + arithmetic progression - math problems

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• The perimeter
The perimeter of the triangle is 24, the sides are integers and form an arithmetic sequence. Specify the side sizes of this triangle.
• The sides
The sides of a right triangle form an arithmetic sequence. The hypotenuse is 24 cm long. Determine the remaining sides of the triangle.
• Rectangular triangle
The lengths of the rectangular triangle sides with a longer leg of 12 cm form an arithmetic sequence. What is the area of the triangle?
• Infinite sum of areas
Above the height of the equilateral triangle ABC is constructed an equilateral triangle A1, B1, C1, of the height of the equilateral triangle built A2, B2, C2, and so on. The procedure is repeated continuously. What is the total sum of the areas of all tr
• AP RT triangle
The length of the sides of a right triangle forms an arithmetic progression, and the longer leg is 24 cm long. What are the perimeter and area?
• Right-angled triangle
Determine the content of a right triangle whose side lengths form successive members of an arithmetic progression and the radius of the circle described by the triangle is 5 cm.
• Angle in RT
Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle whose sides constitutes sizes consecutive members of arithmetic progressions.
• Angle
Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle which angles forming the successive members of the arithmetic sequence.
• Angles in a triangle
The angles of the triangle ABC make an arithmetic sequence with the largest angle γ=83°. What sizes have other angles in a triangle?
• Infinity
In a square with side 19 is inscribed circle, the circle is inscribed next square, again circle, and so on to infinity. Calculate the sum of the area of all these squares.
• Recursion squares
In the square, ABCD has inscribed a square so that its vertices lie at the centers of the sides of the square ABCD. The procedure of inscribing the square is repeated this way. The side length of the square ABCD is a = 22 cm. Calculate: a) the sum of peri

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