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I've got problems with solving these two assignments:

First one being

A) Calculate the angle A in the triangle BAD

B) Make the appropriate length for the AC in meter page (choose an appropriate size on page AC) and determine the area of the BAD triangle. Please provide different suggestions on how the area of the triangle BAD can be determined.

Second one being

In the right-angled triangle ABC the height divides CD the hypotenuse AB in the ratio 3: 2. Calculate the relationship between height and hypotenuse exactly, as simple as possible.

Guest Jun 9, 2017

#1**0 **

These questions do not make a lot of sense.

In the first one we need some measurements provided before we can work out the requested angle.

And

In the second one the words are a bit scrambled and do not make much sense.

Where is D? Is it a point on the hypotenuse?

Was this written in another language and then translated?

Melody Jun 9, 2017

#2**0 **

It was, sorry.

I forgot to add a line into the first question.

In the figure; AC = BC and BC = 0.5AD

Seond one is a bit vauge, but this is what it says:

In the right-angled triangle (ABC), the height divides CD and the hypotenuse AB in the ratio 3: 2. Calculate the relationship between height and hypotenuse exactly, as simple as possible.

Guest Jun 9, 2017