Mid-Segment of a Triangle Worksheets
What is a Mid-Segment of a Triangle?
The line segment formed by joining the midpoint of any two sides of the triangle is known as the mid-segment of a triangle. To put it simply, the midsegment essentially divides the two sides of a triangle equally. The midpoint of this midsegment divides both sides into equal halves.
In the figure shown above, we can see that the line segment DE is the midsegment of the triangle ABC. Point is diving side BC into equal halves, and the point D is dividing side AB into equal halves. However, the one side that the midsegment doesn’t interact with is the base of the triangle. The midsegment of a triangle has several properties; some of them are mentioned below: The midsegment is parallel to the base of the triangle. The midsegment of the triangle is exactly half the length of the base. The perimeter of the triangle formed by the midsegment and the two half sides are equal to the one-half the original perimeter of the triangle. The two half-sides and the triangle formed by the midsegment are exactly one-fourth of the area of the original triangle. The angles of the two half sides and the triangle formed by the midsegment are of the same measurement as the original triangle.
What is (108-12x9) + (18-9x2) + (49-7x7) + (144-12x12) +
(121-11x11) + (64-16x4)?
A whole lot of work for nothing. When you follow the correct order of operations, all of the parenthetical equations equal 0!