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Q: How you find the height of triangle if you have the perimeter?

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The height of a triangle alone is not enough information to find the perimeter. You need some angle measures or side lengths.

im pretty sure its base*height squared

The base is one third of the perimeter, half of the base times the height is the area.

Area of a triangle in square units = 0.5*base*height

Some times you do. If you know all of the side lengths, then you can just add them to find the perimeter, if one of the sides is the same as the height, then you may need to find it.

It is: perimeter minus hypotenus+base = height Area = 0.5*base*height

to find the area of a triangle you divide the base of the triangle by two and multiply your answer by the height .so your formula would be 1/2b times h to find the perimeter of a triangle u simply just add the sides.

The perimeter of a triangle is the distance around it. Add the lengths of the three sides to find the perimeter.

There is no reason for the perimeter of a triangle to have any relation to the perimeter of an unrelated rectangle!

If you know the perimeter, there is no need to find it again.

You find the perimeter of a triangle by adding all the sides. There is no special rule for finding the perimeter.

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