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The perimeter of a one quarter acre square 2016-01-15
From Kerry:
If you have a perfect square that is one quarter of an acre what are the length of the sides and how do you arrive at the solution? thank you, Kerry.
Answered by Penny Nom.
An octagonal frame around a pool 2015-05-17
From James:
I have a 20' pool and need to put a frame around it using 2by 4 what r the lengths and angle cuts
Answered by Penny Nom.
The side lengths of a triangle 2013-01-07
From Katie:
How do I find the side lengths of a triangle knowing the base and its height?

Thank you,

Answered by Penny Nom.
Forming a triangle from 3 line segments 2012-03-15
From rustom:
A point X is selected at random from a line segment AB with midpoint 0. Find the probability that the line segments AX, XB, and A0 can form a triangle.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three sides of a triangle 2011-12-24
From saba:
the three sides of a triangular lot have lengths 10,11and 13cm,respectively. find the measure of its largest angle and the area of the lot?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Triangles with perimeter 16 cm 2011-02-22
From Chong:
How many triangles (up yo congruence) with perimeter 16 cm and whose lengths of its side are integers?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
The sides of an equilateral triangle 2011-01-27
From Cristal:
Hello :) How can i find the sides of an equilateral triangle when only given the height 10m?
Answered by Penny Nom.
A 20" octagon 2010-11-19
From CHARLES:
I have a 20" octagon and it has 8 parts. In inches how big is each part. I was told each part was 5.86".The top of the octagon breaks into 3 equal parts don't equal 20".When i did my math i thought it should be 6 5/8" which is closer to 20"
I am trying to cut a octagon out of a 20"circle

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The sides of a trapezoid 2010-11-03
From Bobbi:
Isosceles Trapezoid base=60; two 45⁰angles at base, two 135⁰ angles at the top, vertical distance between base & top=16. What is the length of the top line and the two equal side lines?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The sides of a triangle 2009-03-07
From felicia:
ona map, tannersville, chadwick, and barkersvile for a triangle. Chadwick is 70 miles from Tannersville and Barkersville is 90 miles from Tannersville. Which is a possible distance between Chadwick and Barkersville?
a. 5miles
b. 10 miles
c. 150miles
d. 200 miles

Answered by Harley Weston.
The sides of a polygonal building 2009-02-13
From mark:
length of sides of an 18 ft.diameter bldg

i need to find out if i should build an octagon or decagon to keep the sides of the bldg at 8ft or less. how do i figure the length of the sides of each?

Answered by Penny Nom.
The sides of an octagon 2008-10-12
From side lengthsGarry:
I need the length of the sides and the degrees of the angles for a 30 inch diameter octagon
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
The sides of an octagon 2008-09-21
From mark:
I need to know the measurements of an octagon with a inside diameter of 34.5 inches from side to side
Answered by Penny Nom.
Side lengths and angles in a regular octagon 2008-04-09
From Lori:
I am a builder and need to find the length of the sides of an octagon. I know the length between the parallel sides (26 feet). What is the length of each side? What is the angle measurement?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Side lengths and area of a triangle 2008-03-08
From angela:
In the diagram of ABC the angle A is 65 the angle B is 70 and the side opposite vertex B is 7. Find the length of the side opposite vertex A and find the area of ABC
Answered by Penny Nom.
The length of 2 sides of a triangle 2006-09-15
From Lonnie:
I need to know how to figure the length of 2 sides of a triangle, as the following example:

The length of the bottom is 12' and the angles are 45, 45 I need to know how long the other 2 sides must be to get an angle of 90 at the top.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

The side length of a regular octagon 2003-08-09
From Rich:
If I know the distance between the parallel lines of an octagon and want to find the length of the sides, can I just divide that distance by 2.414 to reveal the length of the sides? I work construction and just curious if I am figuring it right.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Chord length 2002-05-17
From Ashlie:
How do you find the chord length of one section of a chord if you only have the diameter length and the other whole chord length.

WV is the diameter and equals 16. XY is perpendicular to it, and equals 10. They intersect at pt. Z. I need to know what WZ equals. Please help!


Answered by Penny Nom.
Third side of Acute Triangle 2001-11-09
From Don:
I gave this problem to my children, 9th and 12th grade and they are not(me too!) sure of the answer. I am trying to determine the length of the third side of an acute triangle. I know two of the lengths but I do not know the angles. Is there a proper formula to use to find the length of the third side? Thank you.
Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.
The smaller of a and b 2000-09-14
From Jenna:
For any two real numbers, a and b, give a mathematical expression in terms of a and b that will yield the smaller of the two numbers. Your expression should work regardless of whether a>b, a
Answered by Penny Nom.
Pi 2000-02-22
From Shelley Collier:
Numbers that can be written in the form p/q where p and q are integers, (q not 0), are known as rational numbers. What you are missing is that p and q must be integers. The fact that Pi is irrational means that you can't have a circle with both the circumference and diameter being integers. In fact you can't even have the circumference and diameter both rational since the quotient of two rationals is again a rational.
Answered by Claude Tardif and Penny Nom.
 
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