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The area of a kite 2014-08-04
From Janis:
How do you calculate the area of a kite with the diagonals 24cm and 48cm?
Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.
A man and a kite 2014-01-29
From Veronica:
A man flies a kite at a height of 120 meters. The wind carries the kite horizontally away from him at a rate of 8 meters/second. How fast is the distance between the man and the kite changing when the kite is 130 meters away from him?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent sides 2008-12-10
From nicole:
what is the name of a figure that has 2 sides that measure 25 feet each and 2 sides that measure 10 feet each?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
A Kite 2008-10-30
From Elizabeth:
What is the mathematical term of kite?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
A problem with a kite 2008-05-28
From randee:
A kite that has been secured to a stake in the ground with a 20 foot string. The kite is located 12 feet from the ground, directly over point x. what is the distance, in feet between the stake and point x
Answered by Penny Nom.
More on quadrilateral shape names 2007-05-26
From Don:
If North Americans call a quadrilateral with no parallel sides a trapezium, is a kite merely a special type of trapezium? Can a rhombus be a kite?
Answered by Walter Whiteley and Penny Nom.
Some geometry problems 2005-07-22
From Sherry:
1. If Circle K has tangents RT and TY where R and Y are the points of tangency, then angle RKY and angle RTY are supplementary.

2. If one diagonal bisects a pair of opposite angles in a quadrilateral, then the quadrilateral is a kite.

Answered by Penny Nom.
A Kite 1998-10-07
From Paul Scott:
What is the mathematical term for the kite shape?
Answered by Walter Whiteley.



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