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draw a counterexample to show that this statement is false:If a triangle is isosceles then its base angles are not complementary

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Draw a diagram and solve: What is the exact area of the biggest
isosceles triangle you can inscribe above the x-axis and under the
parabola y=4−x2? Hint: the vertex of the triangle is at the origin
and the base of the triangle is parallel to the X- Axis

An
isosceles triangle has a base of 6 units, and an area of 36 units
squared. Find the dimensions of the rectangle with the maximum area
that can be put into the triangle, with one of its sides in or at
the base of the triangle mentioned. (Optimization problem) Help!
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An isosceles triangle has a base of 6 units and an area of 36 square units. Find the dimensions of the rectangle with the largest area that can be placed inside the triangle, with one of the sides at the base of the triangle.

#2. An isosceles triangle has a base of 6 units, and an area of
36 square units. Find the dimensions of the largest rectangle that
can be placed inside the triangle, with one of the sides at the
base of the triangle.

Describe a spherical triangle in spherical geometry that is a
counterexample to theorem 1.
Explain how the spherical triangle proves theorem 1 is false in
spherical geometry.
theorem 1
theorem 1 (the exterior angle inequality
theorem): An exterior angle of a triangle is greater than
each of the remote/nonadjacent interior angles of the triangle.

Isosceles triangle base length is 15 inches, it also has 2
congruent sides with 15 inches each. Find the height of the
triangle.

The three charges in the figure below are at the vertices of an
isosceles triangle. Let q = 3.00 nC and calculate the electric
potential at the midpoint of the base. (Let d1 = 3.00 cm and d2 =
7.00 cm.)

Suppose a isosceles triangle of width w and height h is cut from
a sheet of plywood. And Alice starts to fly by it to the right with
speed v. What Alice will say about the area of the triangle. What
will she say is its circumference?

Three point charges are on the corners of an isosceles triangle
(a triangle where two sides have equal length). The distance
between ?1and ?2is ?and the distance between ?3and both ?1and ?2is
5?. The three charges have the relative values (?> 0):Q1=-3Q ,
Q2=2Q , Q3= 5Q
a)Draw diagrams showing the individual electric forces from the
other charges and the total electric force on each charge.
b) Solve for the x and y components of the total electric field
at...

Use the given information to draw a right triangle. Use
trigonometric ratios and a calculator to find the unknown sides and
angles. Round off sides and angles to the same number of decimal
places as the given sides and angles.
a = 6.0 and b = 9.0

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