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Does this help? Added the 90's.
So draw it to scale and measure it! There is indeed enough information, if you just step outside of the textbook and work in the real world. With the info that is provided, the angles, altitudes and missing measurements can all be either measured or calculated.correct...it isn't possible with the supplied information... one angle, one altitude or one measurement from corner to opposing corner and it can be determined. Even trig cannot determine the area without an acute angle or radian dimmension.
Copy and paste won't do it. His drawing is no where near to scale.yes i could copy it and paste in in one of several application I have but that doesnt mean that the original poster drew it as it actually exists in his job. So what's the point?
That might be true... if it were a circle... :no:DOH! Bunch o' rocket surgeons...
The area of any shape is encompassed by its perimeter, right?
The perimeter of this shape is 73'.
Pi * Diameter = Circumference. Circumference/Pi=Diameter.
73/3.14159=23.2366
Radius=23.2366/2=11.6183
Area of a circle = Pi * R squared
Area = 3.14159 * 134.9848 = 424.0668
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Check the math, because I'm crosseyed tired and oughta be in bed, but the concept is right on. :thumbsup:
It doesn't matter. See my post before this one. :thumbsup:If you look at the 14' line that I drew you wil notice that the start and the end of the line can go in a infinite number of positions along the two arcs that represent all the possibilities that the 25' and 30' lines can reside on..
Tie a piece of string into a loop. Shape that loop into a square, a triangle, or any polygonal shape you want. The area contained by the perimeter will still be the same. :thumbsup:That might be true... if it were a circle... :no:
Oh so wrong grasshopper.Tie a piece of string into a loop. Shape that loop into a square, a triangle, or any polygonal shape you want. The area contained by the perimeter will still be the same. :thumbsup:
Actually the overall LENGTH of the string will remain constant, the area described by the string will change. Consider this...If you have a perfect circle with the string then change it to an elliptical shape the area is smaller than that of the circle.Tie a piece of string into a loop. Shape that loop into a square, a triangle, or any polygonal shape you want. The area contained by the perimeter will still be the same. :thumbsup:
No, it won't. If you were to push one corner so it almost touches the opposite corner, the area that is contained will become less and less.Tie a piece of string into a loop. Shape that loop into a square, a triangle, or any polygonal shape you want. The area contained by the perimeter will still be the same. :thumbsup:
Did you outsource the beads, or mill them on the CNC?It's Sunday and I have no shoes on, the abacus is ready.