It can be but need not be.
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yes because ab plus bc is ac
Zero.For instance, given a right triangle with points ABC. where AC is the hypotenuse, then to find the angle between AB, we take sin(AB/AC), where AB is the distance between points A and B, and AC is the distance between A and C. If we replace AB with 0, the equation would be sin(0/AC). Sine of zero is always zero.
the midpoint of AB.
The square root of 149 (7 squared plus 10 squared equals 149).
If CB is the hypotenuse, then AB measures, √ (62 - 52) = √ 11 = 3.3166 (4dp) If AB is the hypotenuse then it measures, √ (62 + 52) = √ 61 = 7.8102 (4dp)
It would be a straight line of length bc
This is called an isoceles triangle. An isoceles triangles is when two angles equal.
The sum of the angles inside a triangle is equal to 180°. We are told that angle a is 57°, and that angle b is 73°. This tells us that angle c is is (180 - 57 - 73)°, or 50°. We are also given the length of side ab, 25cm. With that, we can use the sine rule to calculate the length of side ac: sin(b) / |ac| = sin(c) / |ab| ∴ sin(73°) / |ac| = sin(50°) / 24cm ∴ |ac| = 24cm · sin(73°) / sin(50°) ∴ |ac| ≈ 29.96cm
AB + AC + BC = 48 AB + (AB +9) + (AB + 9 + 3) = 48 Solve and AB = 9 So AB = 9, AC = 18 and BC = 21
All the trigonometric functions are derived from the right angled triangle. If we consider the three sides (AB, BC, CA) of a triangle and the included angle. There is a possibility of getting six functions based on the ratios like AB/AC, BC/AC, AB/BC, BC/AB, AC/BC, AC/AB . So we will have six trigonometric functions
ac + cb = ab = 9 2x - 1 + 3x = 9 5x -1 = 9 So 5x = 10 Thereby x =2. Also ac = 3 and cb = 6
Draw two lines AB and AC that meet at point A. The angle BAC is greater than 90° but less than 180°. Let AB > AC. Draw a third line BC to complete the triangle so that BC is not equal to AB or AC. The triangle is a scalene triangle containing an obtuse angle.
There are some missing terms. First of all, I assume that A, B, and C are collinear and that B is between A and C.If this is true then AC-AB=BC by the whole is the sum of its parts theorem.24-20=4Otherwise, all that can be said about BC is that it's length is between AC-AB = 4 and AC+AB = 44 units.
The question is poorly specified, since the given triangle can be right angled at A or C. If it is right angled at A, then bc2 = ab2 + ac2 so that ab2 = 100 - 16 = 84 and ab = sqrt(84) = 9.165 Or it is right angled at C, and ab2 = bc2 + ca2 = 100 + 16 = 116 so that ab = sqrt(116) = 10.770