No it is not possible because the sum of the lengths of the two sides has to be greater than the length of the third side. 5 + 4 = 9 which is less than 11, so we can't form a triangle with these sides.
The minimum length possible is 18. The maximum is 38.
The formula for finding the length of one of the sides of a right angle triangle is a2+b2=c2, with a and b the legs and c the hypoteneus. If the triangle is Isosceles, which means that 2 of its sides are equal, the length of each leg would be aproximately 7.778184593
An scalene triangle.
Yes and it will be a scalene triangle
There is no triangle with sides 14 cm, 3cm and 8cm. For a triangle to exist the sum of the two shorter sides must be longer than the remaining side. 3 cm + 8 cm = 11 cm < 14cm
The third side must be longer than 11 and shorter than 19.
A rectangle has 4 sides and the opposite sides are of equal length. You therefore have two sides of length 5 m and two sides of length 11 m. To get the perimeter you add up the length of all the sides. I will leave this last bit for you to do.
a square has 4 sides so 4 plus 4 equals 8 a triangle has 3 sides so 8 plus 3 is 11 and a circle has none so its 11
Let the length of a leg be x. There are three sides: the base which is 11, and the legs, which are both x: 11 + x + x = 39 2x+11 = 39 2x = 39-11 2x = 28 x = 28/2 x = 14 The length of one leg is 14 units.