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In an equilateral triangle each angle is 60 degrees (180 Â¸ 3) We need to find the length of the Hypotenuse and we know the length of the Adjacent side. Looking at SOHCAHTOA we can use the cosine ratio. So cos A = b/c . So cos 53 = 8/c. Rearrange the formula by multiplying both sides by c. cos 53 x c = 8. Rearrange the formula by dividing both sides by cos 53. So c = 8/cos 53 This has the... Height of the equilateral triangle is splitting the equilateral triangle into two right triangles. One leg of that right triangle is equal to height, other leg is half of the side, and the hypotenuse is the equilateral triangle â€¦

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But I will guess the problem is to find the sides of the equilateral triangle when all you are given is the altitude. Solving this may involve the Pythagorean Theorem, not on the equilateral triangle, but on one of the right triangles formed by the altitude. Since the three sides of an equilateral triangle are equal the three interior angles of the triangle are also equal. And since the 3... 10/03/2009Â Â· The height can be seen as dividing the whole triangle into two equal right triangles and dividing the bottom side in half. You can use the Pythagorean Theorem (a^2 + b^2 = c^2, a and b being the legs and c being the hypotenuse).

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3/06/2018Â Â· Solution. Given: â€¢ The height of an equilateral triangle ABC is equal to the hypotenuse of an isosceles right triangle DEF To find: â€¢ A side of ABC is how many time as long as a leg of the right triangle DEF... @ja72,the triangle is equilateral. â€“ leo Jan 6 '12 at 16:49 ja72, it's an equilateral triangle so all the angles are 60 deg. J.M. would you like to put that as an answer? so i can accept it? and thanks â€“ AndrÃ© AlÃ§ada Padez Jan 6 '12 at 16:49

**If the height of an equilateral triangle ABC is equal in**

The base of this right triangle is n*1, the height is n*âˆš3, and the hypotenuse is n*2 [PLZ verify that this fits the Pythagorean Theorem so you will know which side is which].... 10/03/2009Â Â· The height can be seen as dividing the whole triangle into two equal right triangles and dividing the bottom side in half. You can use the Pythagorean Theorem (a^2 + b^2 = c^2, a and b being the legs and c being the hypotenuse).

## How To Find The Hypotenuse Of An Equilateral Triangle

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## How To Find The Hypotenuse Of An Equilateral Triangle

### An equilateral triangle hasn't a hypotenuse; hypotenuse means the side opposite the right angle in a right triangle. An equilateral triangle has no right angles; rather all â€¦

- Height of the equilateral triangle is splitting the equilateral triangle into two right triangles. One leg of that right triangle is equal to height, other leg is half of the side, and the hypotenuse is the equilateral triangle â€¦
- But I will guess the problem is to find the sides of the equilateral triangle when all you are given is the altitude. Solving this may involve the Pythagorean Theorem, not on the equilateral triangle, but on one of the right triangles formed by the altitude. Since the three sides of an equilateral triangle are equal the three interior angles of the triangle are also equal. And since the 3
- 10/03/2009Â Â· The height can be seen as dividing the whole triangle into two equal right triangles and dividing the bottom side in half. You can use the Pythagorean Theorem (a^2 + b^2 = c^2, a and b being the legs and c being the hypotenuse).
- Ex. 2: Using Equilateral and Isosceles Triangles a. Find the value of x b. Find the value of y Solution b: How many total degrees in a line? The triangle has base angles of yÂ° which are equal. (Base Angles Theorem). The other base angle has the same measure. The vertex angle forms a linear pair with a 60Â°angle, so its measure is 120Â° 120Â°+ 2yÂ°= 180Â°(Triangle Sum Theorem) 2y = 60 (Solve

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