One side of an equilateral triangle is given. Solve for the other sides. 3 ft 1 in. 93 m 8.4 yd 8 3/4 cm

Question
One side of an equilateral triangle is given. Solve for the other sides.
3 ft
1 in.
93 m
8.4 yd
\(\displaystyle{8}\frac{{3}}{{4}}{c}{m}\)

Answers (1)

2021-02-02
An equilateral triangle has three sides that are congruent of have the same lengths. Hence, the missing two sides have measure equal to the given.
3 ft and 3 ft
1 in. and 1 in.
93 m and 93 m
8.4 yd and 8.4 yd
\(\displaystyle{8}{\left(\frac{{3}}{{4}}\right)}\) cm and \(\displaystyle{8}{\left(\frac{{3}}{{4}}\right)}\) cm
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