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    How do I find the area of an equilateral triangle whose perimeter is 36.3 degrees..
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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpman23 View Post
    How do I find the area of an equilateral triangle whose perimeter is 36.3 degrees..
    Degrees is not a unit of length, surely you mean 36.3 cm or m etc.

    Since it's equilateral all sides have the same length. So length of each side is 36.3/3 = 12.1 cm or m etc.

    You know the lengths of all sides, substitute into Heron's Fromula.
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    thank you
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