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Q: What ratio does a median divide two equilateral triangle?

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If an equilateral triangle and a square have equal perimeters, then the ratio of the area of the triangle to the area of the square is 1:3.

It is 0.6046 : 1 (approx).

Two to one, with the larger segment being towards the vertices of the triangle.

The centroid of a triangle is the point of intersection of the medians and divides each median in the ratio 2:1

Divide the length of a side of one triangle by the length of the corresponding side of the other triangle.

TriangleA a=90.6 TriangleB a=188.9 90.6/188.9 = .48 I think this is right, not completely sure though.

The answer depends on whether you are referring to the perimeter or area, and also which characteristics are comparable: the sides of (an equilateral) triangle, its height and the radius or diameter of the circle.

Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified. Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified.

It is an equilateral triangle

In a right angle triangle divide the opposite by the hypotenuse to find the sine ratio.

Yes that is correct I'm in Geometry myself and we just learned this, it is called the Centroid because it divides each median in a 2:1 ratio

The answer depends on what ratio of the triangle you are interested in.

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