Q: DEF is a triangle which DE and DF are 17cm and EF equals 16cm find length of EN where EN is perpendicular to DF?

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what is the pressure if the length is 16cm & breadth is 7cm

each side is equal to 16 cm 16 + 16 + 16 = 48 cm

Any length from just over 4 cm (=16cm-12cm) to just under 28 cm (=16cm+12cm). The question does not state the triangle is right angled. But if it did, the third side would be 20 cm.

11.3 rounded off because of a parallell

56 cm2 * * * * * Only if these are the shorter legs of a right angled triangle and there is no justification for making that assumption. Two sides of a triangle are not sufficient to determine its area.

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what is the pressure if the length is 16cm & breadth is 7cm

each side is equal to 16 cm 16 + 16 + 16 = 48 cm

Any length from just over 4 cm (=16cm-12cm) to just under 28 cm (=16cm+12cm). The question does not state the triangle is right angled. But if it did, the third side would be 20 cm.

6.15 (rounded)

16cm equals 160mm.

There is only one possibility in forming a triangle from the given dimensions and it is 4cm by 14cm by 16cm

Area is 96cm2

80 cm

16 cm = 160 mm

Usually a length of 16cm and a weight of 27g

11.3 rounded off because of a parallell