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No because 12+14 = 26 which is less than 28 and so therefore constructing a triangle is impossible.

Q: Is 12in 14 in 28 in a triangle?

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28 is a triangle number. The 28th triangle number is 406.

2in x 1ft/12in = 1/6 + 14= 14 and 1/6 ft

It depends on whether X is the missing side, one of the angles or some other measure of the triangle.

7..... b*h/2= area so 14=b*4/2... 14*2= 28... 28=4*b... b then has to equal 7.. just solve algebraicly

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No but nearly

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4 * 7 = 28 28/2 = 14 sq cm

If the base of a triangle is b and the height of the triangle is h, the area of the triangle is given by the formula: area = 0.5 x b x h.As such, in your case we have 28 = 0.5 x 4 x h, which means that h = 14.

For example, if you have a 45-45-90 triangle. Let's say to sides are 14 and the base is 28. The perimeter would be 56. Divide the base by 2 to get 14. Then use the pythagorean theorem to find the missing side. c= 14, a= 14. and b= ?

28 is a triangle number. The 28th triangle number is 406.

14in. or 12in. But I'm preety sure its 14in.

2in x 1ft/12in = 1/6 + 14= 14 and 1/6 ft

It depends on whether X is the missing side, one of the angles or some other measure of the triangle.

area of a triangle = (base x height)/2 = (4 units x 14 units)/2 =28 square units

7..... b*h/2= area so 14=b*4/2... 14*2= 28... 28=4*b... b then has to equal 7.. just solve algebraicly

More than one unique triangle exists with the given side lengths.