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Q: How do you find length and width of triangle?
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How do you find the measures of a right triangle if the length and width are given?

The answer will depend on whether the length is the hypotenuse or one of the legs of the triangle.

How do you find the length of a triangle if the length of the triangle is five times the width and the perimeter is 74cm?

I don't think it is possible. You would have to know at least one other measurement such as the angle between the length and width or the length of one of the sides.

How do you find the width and length of a triangle?

It depends on what information you have.

A is locaction that has no length width or depth triangle?

No, not a triangle.

How do you find the surface area of triangle?

You first multiply the length and the width, the you divide it by 2.

Find the area of a triangle with a width of 9 cm and a length of 6 cm?

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How do you find the angle in a triangle?

it's easy, length x width divided in half.

How do you find the length and width of a right triangle when you have the hypotenuse?

You cannot since there is not enough information.

How do you find the area of a rectangle and any triangle?

Rectangle: length x width triangle: (base x height)/2

Area of an isosceles right angled triangle?

The area of a right angled triangle would be .5 * length *width where the length is the height of the triangle. To find the height of the triangle, take the sine of 45 degrees, which is the degree of the angles other than the 90 degrees, and multiply it by the length of one of the two equal sides. The width of the triangle is the length of the bottom side.

How do you find the length?

To find the length of a triangle or what ever shape your trying to find all you have to do is multiply width times the area. * * * * * Or, if you want the correct answer, you could try to divide the area by the width. That assumes the shape is a rectangle and that the area and width are known!

Is length x width area?

my idea is that to find the area of a 2 dimensional figure you have to multiply length *width which equal the area except a triangle and some other figure