Q: How do you find the area of a tringle?

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-- Area of a triangle = 1/2 of (length of the base times height) -- Perimeter of a triangle = (length of one side) + (length of another side) + (length of last side)

No, and neither does a triangle.

The area of ANY triangle is base x height. The height must be measured perpendicular to the base. In the case of an isosceles triangle, if you know only the length of the sides, you can figure out the height by Pythagoras' Theorem.

180 degrees are in a triangle.

equilateral triangle

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To find the area of any triangle... divide the length of the base by 2... then multiply the result by the height.

1/2(BASExHEIGHT)

Area = 0.5*3*3.5 = 5.25 square cm

Area of the triangle: 0.5*5*14 = 35 square units of measurements

-- Area of a triangle = 1/2 of (length of the base times height) -- Perimeter of a triangle = (length of one side) + (length of another side) + (length of last side)

Yes. You would have to have a right angle and two 45 degree angles

The definition of a circle is not part of the triangle (or tringle, even) proportionality theorem.

The three inside angles of any tringle always add up to 180 degrees.

No.

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