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Equipment Boards => Brunswick => Topic started by: BornToBowl on October 26, 2004, 08:45:12 AM

Problem:
An isocoseles triangle is circumscribed about a cirlce. If the altitude from the height of the triangle to the base of the triangle is 9 and the radius is 5. What is the area of the triangle?

I only have the height I don't have the other factors so how do I know what the unknown variables are?

27 units squared

I like it wet...
http://D_Strike_Man@hotmail.com

Not Done can you tell me how you approach the problem? The steps and everything? Because I don't want the answer I want the way to solve it. Lol that's the only way a being can learn is by knowing the concept. THanks. Have a nice day!
Patrick

height of the triangle = 9
radius = 5
so from center of top of triangle = 5
therefore bottom of triangle = 4
the center to the bottom right point of the triangle = 5
the triangle made by the point o the center to the bottom of the triangle is a 3, 4 ,5 triangle.
therefore half the base is 3 so the base = 6
6x9 = 54
54/2 = 27

I like it wet...
http://D_Strike_Man@hotmail.com

Well done, Not Done!

seadrive
Cogito ergo bowl

quit doing his homework
probably a take home test

There is no spoon

quote:
BornToBowl is an idiot, not because he cant do math, but because he posted this in the FRIGGIN BRUNSWICK SECTION!
Well, you can not think physics without math. And you can not understand the ball dynamics without physics. And Brunswick was one of the ball manufacturers last time I checked.
That's quite a good relation to post it in here
Easy my friend.. Tolerance..

He came to this site for the answer because this is where all the wise people end up.....BRUNSWICK.
BrunsBob (not the wisest....but smart enough to know wazzzzzzup)

If ya ain't throwin' BRUNSWICK....you ain't maximizin' your abilities. Get r done with BRUNSWICK.