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Side of a parallelogram when diagonal and the angle between diagonals are given
Side=sqrt((Diagonal 1)^2+(Diagonal 2)^2-(2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2*Angle Between Two Diagonals))/2 GO
Side of a parallelogram when diagonal and the angle between diagonals are given
Side=sqrt((Diagonal A)^2+(Diagonal B)^2+(2*Diagonal A*Diagonal B*Angle Between Two Diagonals))/2 GO
Area of a Parallelogram when diagonals are given
Area=(1/2)*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2*sin(Angle Between Two Diagonals) GO

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Arc Angle from Arc length and Radius
Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180) GO

Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals Formula

Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2
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what is angle ?

In geometry, an angle can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common endpoint. In this formula, the angle formed by the intersection of the diagonal of the rectangle and one of the rectangle sides is taken into consideration.It is half of the angle formed by the intersection of diagonals of the rectangle.

How to Calculate Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals?

Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals calculator uses Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2 to calculate the Theta, Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals is the angle formed by the intersection of the diagonal of the rectangle and one of the rectangle sides. It is half of the angle formed by the intersection of diagonals of the rectangle. Theta and is denoted by ϑ symbol.

How to calculate Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals, enter Angle Between Two Diagonals (y) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals calculation can be explained with given input values -> 22.5 = 45/2.

FAQ

What is Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals?
Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals is the angle formed by the intersection of the diagonal of the rectangle and one of the rectangle sides. It is half of the angle formed by the intersection of diagonals of the rectangle and is represented as ϑ=y/2 or Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2. Angle Between Two Diagonals is the angle between the intersection point of the diagonals.
How to calculate Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals?
Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals is the angle formed by the intersection of the diagonal of the rectangle and one of the rectangle sides. It is half of the angle formed by the intersection of diagonals of the rectangle is calculated using Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2. To calculate Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals, you need Angle Between Two Diagonals (y). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angle Between Two Diagonals and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Theta?
In this formula, Theta uses Angle Between Two Diagonals. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180)
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