# Worksheet Triangle Sum and Exterior Angle Theorem Answers

Answers to the triangle, the sum and the exterior angle theorem can be found in many books, but some of them are better than others. The formula for solving for the height of a triangle is not much different than for a straight line, but the formula for the sum of the two parallel sides is different because the first equation is for the triangle that has three sides and the second equation is for the two sides that make up the triangle.

For this equation, you want to multiply the first term by the second term and then divide by the third term. This is called the difference in terms and is the length of the base of the triangle.

Now you multiply the base of the triangle and find the area of the triangle. You need to divide by twice the area to get the length of the side of the triangle. The right side is found by dividing by twice the side and then adding the side pieces together.

When you solve for the height of a triangle, you will want to divide by twice the exterior angle. You will also divide by twice the side length of the base and the sum by twice the side length of the base. If you multiply the terms of the triangle by the first term and then divide by the second term, the right side is the same as the left side.

After multiplying by the base and by the sum, you will add the sides together and you will find that the sides will make up the rectangle that is equal to the total area of the triangle. After this calculation, the area of the triangle is found by dividing the perimeter by the height and then multiplying by pi times the side length times the base.

In the above example, the equation for the height of a triangle is: h is the height of the triangle, his twice the exterior angle, and the term b is the height of the base. If you multiply the first term by the second term and then divide by the third term, the term b is the height of the base. The answer is: h times a divided by a times b is the height of the base.

Then you divide by the difference in terms and you find that the sum of the sides of the triangle is equal to the sum of the opposite sides of the triangle. So you multiply the base and sum and you will find that the second term is equal to the first term multiplied by the sum of the opposite sides. In other words, you will find that the height of the base is equal to the sum of the side lengths multiplied by the square root of two. Then you multiply the side length by the square root of two and then you will get the width of the triangle.

The triangle, sum, and exterior angle theorem can be proven in two ways. The first way is to divide by two and then you multiply by the square root of two to find that the term b is equal to the first term multiplied by the square root of two.