# Triangle calculator

The calculator solves the triangle specified by three of its properties. Each triangle has six main characteristics: three sides a, b, c, and three angles (α, β, γ). The classic trigonometry problem is to specify three of these six characteristics and find the other three. Of course, our calculator solves triangles from combinations of main and derived properties such as area, perimeter, heights, medians, etc.
Usually by the length of three sides (SSS), side-angle-side, or angle-side-angle.

## How does this calculator solve a triangle?

The calculation of the general triangle has two phases:**The expert phase**is different for different tasks. The calculator tries to calculate the sizes of three sides of the triangle from the entered data. He gradually applies the knowledge base to the entered data, which is represented in particular by the relationships between individual triangle parameters. These are successively applied and combined, and the triangle parameters calculate. Calculator iterates until the triangle has calculated all three sides.

For example, the appropriate height is calculated from the given area of the triangle and the corresponding side. From the known height and angle, the adjacent side, etc., can be calculated. Calculator use knowledge, e.g., formulas and relations like the Pythagorean theorem, Sine theorem, Cosine theorem, and Heron's formula.-
**The second stage**is the calculation of the properties of the triangle from the available lengths of its three sides.

## Examples of how to enter a triangle:

a=3 b=4 c=5 ... triangle calc by three sides a,b,c.

B=45 c=10 a=9 ... triangle calc by two sides a,c and included angle B.

A=25 C=80 b=22

A=35 C=26 a=10

a=3 C=90 c=5 ... how to enter right-angled triangle.

a=3 β=25 γ=45 ... triangle calc if we know the side and two angles.

a=3 β=25 T=12 ... triangle calc, if know side, angle, and area of a triangle.

T=2.5 c=2 b=4 ... find side a if we know sides b, c, and the area of triangle T.

ma=1 b=2.5 c=2 ... calculation of the triangle if we know one median and any two sides.

ma=1 mb=2.5 mc=2 ... triangle calc by three medians.

ha=220, hb=165 hc=132 ... triangle calc by three heights.

a=7 β=40 mc=5 ... triangle calc by one side, one angle, and one median.

a:b:c=2:3:4 T=2.5 ... a triangle where the known side ratio and its area.

A:B:C=1:4:5 a=2 ... calculating triangle if we know the ratio of the internal angles and one side.

B=45 c=10 a=9 ... triangle calc by two sides a,c and included angle B.

A=25 C=80 b=22

A=35 C=26 a=10

a=3 C=90 c=5 ... how to enter right-angled triangle.

a=3 β=25 γ=45 ... triangle calc if we know the side and two angles.

a=3 β=25 T=12 ... triangle calc, if know side, angle, and area of a triangle.

T=2.5 c=2 b=4 ... find side a if we know sides b, c, and the area of triangle T.

ma=1 b=2.5 c=2 ... calculation of the triangle if we know one median and any two sides.

ma=1 mb=2.5 mc=2 ... triangle calc by three medians.

ha=220, hb=165 hc=132 ... triangle calc by three heights.

a=7 β=40 mc=5 ... triangle calc by one side, one angle, and one median.

a:b:c=2:3:4 T=2.5 ... a triangle where the known side ratio and its area.

A:B:C=1:4:5 a=2 ... calculating triangle if we know the ratio of the internal angles and one side.

What do the symbols mean?

a, b, c ... sides BC, AC, AB

A, B, C or α, β, γ ... internal angles

ha, hb, hc ... heights

ma, mb, mc ... medians

T ... area

p ... perimeter

s ... semiperimeter

## Triangles in word problems:

- An isosceles 2

An isosceles triangular frame has a measure of 72 meters on its legs and 18 meters on its base. Find the perimeter of the frame. - The sides 7

The sides of the triangle are 5.2, 4.6, and x. If the PERIMETER of the triangle is 11.2 feet, what is the length of the unknown side? (hint: draw a picture) - Diagonal

Can it be a diagonal diamond twice longer than its side? - Calculate

Calculate the area of the ABE triangle AB = 38mm and height E = 42mm Ps: please try a quick calculation - Intersection 64854

Draw any triangle. Make the axis of its two sides. Their intersection is point S. (a) Measure the distance of point S from all three vertices (b) Draw the axis of the third party. - Height of right RT

The right triangle ABC has a hypotenuse c 9 cm long and a part of the hypotenuse cb = 3 cm. How long is the height of this right triangle? - Triangle ABC

In a triangle ABC with the side BC of length 2 cm. Point K is the middle point of AB. Points L and M split the AC side into three equal lines. KLM is an isosceles triangle with a right angle at point K. Determine the lengths of the sides AB, AC triangle A - Euclid2

The ABC right triangle with a right angle at C is side a=29 and height v=17. Calculate the perimeter of the triangle. - Double ladder

The double ladder is 8.5m long. It is built so that its lower ends are 3.5 meters apart. How high does the upper end of the ladder reach? - Triangle ABC

Construct a triangle ABC is is given c = 60mm hc = 40 mm and b = 48 mm analysis procedure steps construction - QuizQ

An isosceles triangle has two sides of length 7 km and 39 km. How long is a third side? - Sides of triangle

The Triangle circumference with two identical sides is 117cm. The third side measures 44cm. How many cms do you measure on one of the same sides? - A triangle 3

A triangle has a base of 5 5/6 feet and a height of 7 2/5 feet. Find the area of the triangle as a mixed number. - RT triangle and height

Calculate the remaining sides of the right triangle if we know side b = 4 cm long and height to side c h = 2.4 cm. - In triangle

In triangle ABC, the magnitude of the internal angle gamma is equal to one-third of the angle alpha. The size of the angle beta is 80 degrees larger than the size of the gamma angle. Calculate the magnitudes of the interior angles of the triangle ABC.

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