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Q: Area of an equilateral triangle with a side length of thirty feet?

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To get the area of an equilateral triangle, you just need to know the length of one side. Multiply the length of one side by the square root of three and then divide the product by four, and you will get the area of the triangle.

Area = 15.58846 cm2

There is only one basic shape for an equilateral triangle. The area can only vary as the length of the sides vary.

Area of an equilateral triangle is s*(sqrt 3)/2, where s is the length of a side, or: area = s * 0.866666. . .

-- The area of any triangle is 1/2 (length of the base x height). -- For an equilateral triangle, that's equivalent to 1/2 x sqrt(3) x (length of a side).

0.4330 times the length of a side (in square units of length)

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15.2 inches.

15.588 cm2

Area of Equilateral Triangle A= S2 * (Root 3)/4, where A= Area of the triangle S= Side of the triangle.

It is the perimeter of a triangle times the length of the prism (in square units).

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