Hola:
Can you figure this out? :
Digamos que tienes un hermano gemelo. Estando dejados huéfanos de tus padres,
se convierten dueños/as de una propiedad inmobiliaria que abarca una área de exactamente
una hectárea. Deciden dividirla en partes iguales entre sí de tal manera que cada parte
tiene sólo 3 lados y 3 rincones (por supuesto).
Pregunta:
1. ¿Cuantos metros de largo tiene cada uno de los 3 lados de cada parte ?
2. (Opcional): ¿Cuantos grados de angulo tiene cada uno de los 3 rincones ?
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In other words: Let's say you have a twin brother. Having been orphaned, you
become owners of a real estate property comprising an area of exactly one hectare.
You decide to divide it in equal parts between you in such a way that each part has

only 3 sides and 3 corners.
Question:
1. How many meters long is each one of the 3 sides ?

2. (Optional): What is the angular degree of each of the 3 corners ?

Preparen las calculadoras y manos a la obra ! [H]M
Halo exlMARK,
Mi respuesta-
1. 2 lados son de 100 metros. El tercer lado es de 141.42 metros.
2. Angular degree of 2 corners, 45. Third corner is 90 degrees.

Saludos.
Hola, Sr. EXLMARK!
Here's my answer:
If the property measures 70 x 142.86 meters — which is equivalent to 10,000 sq. meters
or 1 hectare — then the third side is 159 meters long. One corner is 60.66 degrees and
the other, 29.34 degrees. The third corner is of course 90 degrees. The sizes of the sides
and the angle of the corners all depend on the ratio between any two sides of a triangle.
I hope you agree, señor EXLMARK!

Saludos a Vd.