How to Calculate Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral?
Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral calculator uses Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral = sqrt(Side B of Quadrilateral^2+Side C of Quadrilateral^2-(2*Side B of Quadrilateral*Side C of Quadrilateral*cos(Angle C of Quadrilateral))) to calculate the Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral, The Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral formula is defined as the length of the straight line joining opposite vertices (angle B and angle D) of the Quadrilateral. Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral is denoted by d_{2} symbol.
How to calculate Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral, enter Side B of Quadrilateral (S_{b}), Side C of Quadrilateral (S_{c}) & Angle C of Quadrilateral (∠C) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Diagonal 2 of Quadrilateral calculation can be explained with given input values -> 11.50867 = sqrt(9^2+8^2-(2*9*8*cos(1.4835298641949))).