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Q: How many side in a 44 diagonal?

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A diagonal cannot be a side of a rectangle, and a side cannot be a diagonal.

0.5*11*(11-3) = 44

Using Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² = 2 × side² → side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 area = side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 → diagonal² = 2 × area → diagonal = √(2 × area) = √(2 × 36) = 6√2 ≈ 8.49

Using Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² = 2 × side² → side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 area = side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 = 14² ÷ 2 = 98 units²

You don't - you need additional information. Many different rectangles can have the same diagonal. If you know the diagonal and one side (which must be LESS than the diagonal), you can use Pythagoras' Theorem to calculate the other side.

Six - three from diagonal to diagonal, three from midpoint of a side to midpoint to a side.

14 The ratio of the side of a square to the diagonal is 1.4.

As a square has right angles, the diagonal forms a right triangle with two of the sides of the square. Therefore use Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² → diagonal² = 2side² → diagonal = side × √2 Therefore to find the length of the diagonal of a square, multiply the side length of a square by the square root of 2.

The side lengths of a square with a diagonal of 16 is: 11.31.

As no shape has been given for the area it is impossible to given the length of the diagonal - the diagonal can be ANY length greater than 0 (assuming you can define what diagonal means for the shape). If you are referring to a square with an area of 11 square inches then: Using Pythagoras: diagonal² = side² + side² = 2 × side² → side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 area = side² = diagonal² ÷ 2 → diagonal² = 2 × area → diagonal = √(2 × area) = √(2 × 11 sq in) = √22 in ≈ 4.69 in If you mean an 11 inch square, ie a square with 11 inches along each side: Use Pythagoras: Diagonal² = √(2 × sidelength²) → diagonal = side_length × √2 → diagonal = 11 in × √2 ≈ 15.6 in

44.

The diagonal of a square is not perpendicular to its side. The diagonal of a square will separate the square into two triangles. The diagonal goes from one corner to the opposite corner. Because it is a square, the diagonal and a side of the square will always form a 45-degree angle.

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