Ok to find the area of an isosceles triangle:
Find the height first, to do this use this formula:
Height = Square root ( one side square - half the base square)
Now that you have the height you can calculate the area by the use of this formula:
Area = (1/2)(base)(height)
This will give you the surface area of an isosceles triangle.
Lets do an example:
You have a triangle that has two sides that measure 24 meters and a base of 20 meters.
Using the formula above for height you will get a height of 21.8 meters
Now use the formula above to find the area and it will give you an area of 218 meters square
i is usually 1/3 of the area but if you want to find the area off a certain
do you want to know the area in a isosceles triangle or what?
Area of any triangle is: 0.5*base*perpendicular height
Area of isosceles triangle: 0.5*5*7 = 17.5 square cm
What is the length of a leg of an isosceles right triangle if it is area is 72 square inches?
An acute triangle can be an isosceles triangle, but it doesn't have to be. An isosceles triangle can be an acute triangle, but it doesn't have to be.
An equilateral triangle is a special type of isosceles so an isosceles triangle can not be described as an equilateral triangle so, any equilateral triangle can be an isosceles triangle but an isosceles triangle can not be an equilateral triangle
Area of the right isosceles triangle: 0.5*16*16 = 128 square units
V= area of the triangle x length
No. An equilateral triangle is also isosceles, but isosceles is not scalene.
An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two equal sides.
Are isosceles triangle sometimes an equilateral triangle
A right triangle and an isosceles triangle have the fact that they are both triangles in common. A right triangle can also be an isosceles triangle.
You cannot. An isosceles triangle cannot be scalene and a scalene triangle cannot be isosceles. So an isosceles scalene triangle cannot exist.
No, none of the equilateral triangle will be isosceles.
how is an isoscelels trapezoid related to a isosceles triangle
An obtuse triangle is not necessarily isosceles, but it can be.
Area = 1/2*base*height = 0.825 sq cm. The fact that the triangle is isosceles is irrelevant: it makes no difference to its area.
In an isosceles triangle and an isosceles trapezoid, both base angles are congruent
No. An isosceles right triangle is a special case. There are many right triangles which are not isosceles.
A triangle that has one right angle and is isosceles is called an isosceles right triangle.
No because isosceles triangles are a diffrent type of triangle.
An isosceles triangle has to have two sides of equal length. An isosceles triangle has to have two sides of equal length.