Q: How do you find a vertical distance of a triangle?

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The step to verify an isosceles triangle is: 1) Find the intersection points of the lines. 2) Find the distance for each intersection points. 3) If 2 of the distance are the same then it is an isosceles triangle.

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Area = 2*vertical height

Depends on the orientation of the triangle.

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The 'base' is the length of the side that the triangle is standing on.The 'height' is the vertical distance from that line to the vertex atthe top of the triangle.

The perimeter of a triangle is the distance around it. Add the lengths of the three sides to find the perimeter.

The step to verify an isosceles triangle is: 1) Find the intersection points of the lines. 2) Find the distance for each intersection points. 3) If 2 of the distance are the same then it is an isosceles triangle.

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It is the triangle's perpendicular altitude

Area = 2*vertical height

Depends on the orientation of the triangle.

To find the area of a triangle in square feet, you can use the formula: Area = 0.5 x base x height. Measure the base and height of the triangle in feet and plug these values into the formula to calculate the area in square feet.

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If you wanted to find the distance, you would just add 1.2+1.2+1.2=3.6. Since the triangle is equilateral, all sides will be equal.

An isosceles triangle has 1 vertical line of symmetry

An isosceles triangle