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5 cm find a c 162 cm find c c 6 cm c 148 cm find

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Unformatted text preview: s Area radius ra = s – a a 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Given 11. Find the area of an equilateral triangle with an edge-length of 8.37 cm 12. An isosceles triangle has edge-lengths of 5.67 and 12.2 cm. What is its area? 13. A triangle has edges measuring 4.27 6.08 and 9.25 cm. Give the diameter of the largest circle that can be fitted inside this triangle. 14. A rhombus has an edge-length of 6 cm and its shorter diagonal measures 3.8 cm. Find its area. 15. A field is in the shape of a quadrilateral. Identifying its four vertices as ABCD gives AB = 127 metres BC = 206 metres CD = 332 metres AD = 94 metres BD = 183 metres Calculate its area. © Frank Tapson 2004 [trolPT:31] Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given Given a = 5 cm a = 7 cm a = 3 cm a = 5 cm a = 9.4 cm a = 8.1 cm a = 10.3 cm a = 11.4 cm a = 57.3 cm a = 83.2 cm b = 7 cm b = 9 cm b = 6 cm b = 5 cm b = 9.4 cm b = 6.2 cm b = 9.5 cm b = 13.2 cm b = 42.6 cm b = 71.5 cm c = 8 cm c = 12 cm c = 6 cm c = 5 cm c = 9.4 cm c = 8.1 cm c = 14.9 cm c = 9.7 cm c = 78.2 cm c =...
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