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Is ABC equilateral?
I asked 4 informations 2 but tht's it....no further information...O.o
Do you have the picture of it?
No i don't...a friend of mine asked me this...no pic...sorry :(
i guess it mus be an equilateral,otherwise square is hard to fit inside
|I can't even imagine how it may b..O.o
means with vertices on the sides
Assume it is equilateral....how do u solve it?
Draw the height line and notice that you have two similar triangles.
well actually three similar triangles
we want triangle's perimeter...
yes, I just give you a hint since I know that you are capable of doing this :)
doesn't the height split the triangle in 2 triangles? where did the 3rd come from? O.o
correct but you have another triangle on the right of your square
which is already there before you split by the height
I think i got it...i think i'm solving it...can u just tell me wht's h=? in a equilateral triangle? i don't remember it...:(:(
you can use pythagorean to find the h in terms of the length of the triangle
No i'm not looking 4 this 1...cause i'll use this later...it is a*sqr2/2 right?
I mean if you forget you can always use the Pythagorean theorem to find out that.
Yea Ok...:) Thnx a lot :)