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Topic: Need some correct triangle examples
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wolfy2449

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Need some correct triangle examples
Posted: Jul 28, 2011 9:10 PM
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Hello, i want to test a few things and need to find a few triangles with known corners/perimeter that are correct(meaning i cant use random numbers close to the correct one, i need to know its 100% correct)
And also without having many decimals since i tend to get that alot if i try to create triangles with random perimeters.
Preferably around 1-4(IF possible).

The triangles must have a 90 degree corner and a base that is smaller than the other sides in terms of perimeter. I need 3 triangles with different bases:

a)1 with a very small base compared to the other sides

b)one that is around the half size of the second smallest side

c)one that is almost equal to the second smallest side

d)one that has the same perimeter as one of the other sides

If you remember any such triangles please post the perimeter of their sides and degree of the corners here.



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