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Q: What is the area on an equilateral triangle with side length 6 cm?

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To get the area of an equilateral triangle, you just need to know the length of one side. Multiply the length of one side by the square root of three and then divide the product by four, and you will get the area of the triangle.

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A triangle with side a: 3, side b: 3, and side c: 3 units has an area of 3.9 square units.

27+27+27=81 The equation for the perimeter an equilateral triangle is "side + side + side". And since it is an equilateral all the sides are the same length.

You might want to give an area, it's impossible to answer your question as it is. The area of an equilateral triangle is [side2]*sqrt(3)/4, so reaarange: Side = 2*sqrt(area/sqrt(3))

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To get the area of an equilateral triangle, you just need to know the length of one side. Multiply the length of one side by the square root of three and then divide the product by four, and you will get the area of the triangle.

Area = 15.58846 cm2

Area of an equilateral triangle is s*(sqrt 3)/2, where s is the length of a side, or: area = s * 0.866666. . .

389.711 ft2

15.2 inches.

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0.4330 times the length of a side (in square units of length)

15/3=5 equilateral triangle is a triangle with every side the same length

Side length is about 12 units (11.99963) given an area of 62.35

The side length is 15.2 (15.19671) inches.

The side length is 18.24 (18.23606) inches.

-- The area of any triangle is 1/2 (length of the base x height). -- For an equilateral triangle, that's equivalent to 1/2 x sqrt(3) x (length of a side).

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