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You’re walking in downtown Salt Lake City. To get from your hotel to a restaurant, you walk 4 blocks east and then 3 blocks south. If a city block is 660 by 660 feet, and there is no change in altitude along your walk, what is the linear distance, in feet, from your hotel to the restaurant?
Which of the following sets of numbers could not be the side lengths of a triangle?
You are at a water park and are going to slide down a water chute with dimensions, in feet, drawn below. To the nearest foot, how many feet will you have slid when you’re halfway down the chute?
In \(\triangle ABC\), the lengths of \( \overline{AB}\) and \(\overline{BC}\) are \(2.5\) and \(\sqrt{27.75}\), respectively. If it can be determined, what is the length of \(\overline{CA}\)?
In \(\triangle WXZ\) below, \(\overline{XZ}\) is twice the length of \(\overline{YZ}\). What is the length of \(\overline{WX}\)?
Given the side lengths of \(\triangle QRS\) and the measure of angle Q shown below, find the area of \(\triangle QRS\).
In \(\triangle XYZ\) below, \(\overline{XY} \cong \, \overline{XZ}\) and \(\angle X = 52^{\circ}\). What is the measure of \(\angle Y\) in degrees?
\(\triangle RQS\) has \(\angle R = 33^{\circ}\), \(\overline{RQ} = 9\) inches, and \(\overline{RS} = 14\) inches. Given these measurements, what is the area of triangle to the nearest tenth of a square inch?
Given the side measurements of \(\triangle XYZ\) and \(\triangle WXZ\) below, what is the length of \(\overline{WZ}\)?
In \(\triangle ABC\), shown below, \(\overline{AC} = 126 m\) and \(\angle C = 30^{\circ}\). What is the length of \(\overline{BC}\) in meters?
In the diagram below, \(\triangle ABC \sim \triangle CDE \sim \triangle EFG\). What is the length of \(\overline{EF}\)?
What is the difference between the area of the shaded region and the unshaded region below?
The lengths of the three sides of a triangle are 2, 3, and 4. This triangle is best described as which of the following?
Given pentagon ABCDE below, what is the area of Triangle ABE, rounded to the nearest tenth of a square unit?