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# Area of Circle and Inscribed Triangle

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14 Jun 2008, 00:11
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Guys, does anyone have formulae for relationship between Area of the circle and Inscribed Triangle .
2)Radius of the cirlce and side of an equilateral triangle.

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Nihit
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14 Jun 2008, 00:24
Nihit wrote:
Guys, does anyone have formulae for relationship between Area of the circle and Inscribed Triangle .
2)Radius of the cirlce and side of an equilateral triangle.

Cheers

Nihit

If an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle formaula for side s = sqroot(3)*radius

If a circle is inscribed in an equilateral triangle formula is radius= sqroot(3)*side /6
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14 Jun 2008, 00:39
rpmodi wrote:
Nihit wrote:
Guys, does anyone have formulae for relationship between Area of the circle and Inscribed Triangle .
2)Radius of the cirlce and side of an equilateral triangle.

Cheers

Nihit

If an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle formaula for side s = sqroot(3)*radius

If a circle is inscribed in an equilateral triangle formula is radius= sqroot(3)*side /6

Do you mean the length of one side of the tringle will be suare root x 3 (by the way, where did the 3 come from) x the radius?

and for the circle inscribed in a triangl, do you mean square root of radius x 3 x the length of one side / 6 (by the way where did you get the 6 from) ?
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