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Q: How do you find the ratio of adjacent sides?

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That's the cosine of the angle to which the 'adjacent' side is adjacent.

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By the length of its sides, by its perimeter, by the ratio of its adjacent sides.

Divide the length of one side by the length of an adjacent side.

Sides have lenght, angles do not. Cosine is the ratio of the adjacent side to the hypotenuse. Cosine can be used to find either of these sides if the other is known.

Well this could be the slope of the hypotenuse. Or it could be the tangent of the angle adjacent to one of the sides [tan Î˜ = opposite/adjacent ]

No; the tangent ratio only deals with the lengths of the opposite side and adjacent side. You can square the two sides and add them together, then find the square root of the sum to find the length of the hypotenuse.

it dosent have any adjacent sides

All polygons have adjacent sides. Adjacent simply means "next to".

No. Adjacent sides, yes. (Twice the sum)

Mutually perpendicular, adjacent sides.Mutually perpendicular, adjacent sides.Mutually perpendicular, adjacent sides.Mutually perpendicular, adjacent sides.

There is no such object. Every quadrilateral must have adjacent sides. In fact, every polygon MUST have adjacent sides.

Adjacent sides of a rectangle are perpendicular.

It is the cosine ratio.

All polygons have sides that are next to one another, that is, adjacent sides.

adjacent sides of a rectangle are the sides that are next to each other. :D

Each of its 6 sides is adjacent - to four other sides.

Adjacent sides are two sides that meet to make an angle, so yes.

Adjacent sides are sides that are immediately side by side. They are sides that form or subtend an angle.

Yes, trapeziums have adjacent sides. A trapezium is a four-sided shape, and 'adjacent' just means 'next to'. Each side of a trapezium has two sides which are next to it.All polygons have adjacent sides. Adjacent simply means "next to".

you add them together.

Yes, it does have two adjacent sides

Opposite and adjacent sides.

A quadrilateral with congruent pairs of adjacent sides and no parallel sides is a kite.