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The legs of a right triangle have the same length and the hypotenuse is 30 ft, each leg would be of length 21.21 ft.

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Pythagoras theorem: a2+b2=c2 (where c is the hypotenuse and a and b are the two other sides) Substitute: 302+1602= \/26500 = (10\/265)ft

30ft... You multipy the width by the length

Area = 0.5*302*sin(60) = 389.711 square feet to 3 decimal places

All you need to do is multiply the length by the width, and it doesn't matter in what order you do it. 20ft X30ft= 600 square feet.

30ft² = 2.79m²

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Pythagoras theorem: a2+b2=c2 (where c is the hypotenuse and a and b are the two other sides) Substitute: 302+1602= \/26500 = (10\/265)ft

it is 60ft by 30ft..i think..

The length of a blue whale can be up to 30ft. So 30ft is equivalent to 9800cm at most roughly.

You multiply the length by the width, i.e. 47ft x 30ft = 1,410 square feet.

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30ft... You multipy the width by the length

As far a I know, the width of a real volleyball court is 30ft, and the length is 60ft.

A volleyball court is 60ft by 30ft. Each side is 30ft by 30ft.

Area = 0.5*302*sin(60) = 389.711 square feet to 3 decimal places

30ft by 30ft

I believe it is 30ft, as this is the length for the previous models. However, with the internet capability, its possible that that length is doubled or tripled. You could test it.