This is a question on my homework and I don't know how to solve it.

This is a question on my homework and I don't know how to solve it.

I have no IDEA how to do this!!

I'm working on writing a program to draw a triangle based on whatever input is given to it, and I have run into a snag. Given the angles of the vertices of a triangle, and the length of the longest...

Posted a question earlier then found the original question which apparently had more info, nned help solving. Heres the question: The 180lb. man climbs up the ladder and stops at the position shown...

Find the orthocenter of triangle ABC if A=(0,0) B=(4,0) C=(4,2) I've tried this problem on my own several times, and being homeschooled I'm a bit short on help. The zeros...

This is to be done by solving equations using the zero product property

Statements 1. Line Segment AB ≅ Line Segment CD 2. Line Segment AB || Line Segment CD 3. <ABC ≅ <DCB 4. Line Segment BC ≅ Line Segment CB 5. △ABC ≅ △DCB Reasons 1...

Statements 1. Line Segment LA || Line Segment SN 2. <L ≅ <N 3. Line Segment LR ≅ Line Segment NR 4. <LRA ≅ <NRS 5. △LAR ≅ △NSR Reasons 1. Given 2...

A triangular traffic island has a base half as long as its height. The island has an area of 256m squared. Find the base and height.

There are two Equilateral Triangles ABC and ADE where vertex A is common. Prove that the midpoints of DE, EC, CB and BD form a rhombus.

I'm a beginner at triangles and I get confused with incenter and centroid of a triangle because I think they both are different things.

In triangle ABC, a=1, b=4, and angle c=30°. What's the length of c?

If triangle JKL, sin L=1/3, sin J=3/5, and JK=√5 inches. What's the length of KL in inches?

In triangle XYZ, the measure of angle Y is 90°, YZ=12, and XZ=15. Triangle HJK is similar to triangle XYZ, where vertices X, Y, and Z, respectively, and each side of triangle HJK is 1/5 the length...

In a right triangle, one angle measures x°, where sin x°=5/13. What is cos(90°-x°)?

an isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides and angles

This is supposed to be a two column proof. It has statements on one side and reasons on the other. Given: Triangle ABC with angle C is right angle Prove: Angle A and...

One angle of a triangle is 45° greater than the smallest? angle, and the third angle is 5° less than twice the smallest angle. Find the measures of the three angles.

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A right triangle has angles which measure 30,60 and 90 degrees. If the perimeter of this triangle is 15+5*3^(1Ã·2). Then the length of the hypotenuse of this triangle is= ?

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