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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Lateral Surface Area of a Conical Frustum
Lateral Surface Area=pi*(Radius 1+Radius 2)*sqrt((Radius 1-Radius 2)^2+Height^2) GO
Volume of a Conical Frustum
Volume=(1/3)*pi*Height*(Radius 1^2+Radius 2^2+(Radius 1*Radius 2)) GO
Moment of Inertia of a solid sphere about its diameter
Moment of Inertia=2*(Mass*(Radius 1^2))/5 GO
Moment of inertia of a circular disc about an axis through its center and perpendicular to its plane
Moment of Inertia=(Mass*(Radius 1^2))/2 GO
Moment of Inertia of a right circular solid cylinder about its symmetry axis
Moment of Inertia=(Mass*(Radius 1^2))/2 GO
Moment of Inertia of a spherical shell about its diameter
Moment of Inertia=2*(Mass*(Radius 1))/3 GO
Moment of Inertia of a right circular hollow cylinder about its axis
Moment of Inertia=(Mass*(Radius 1)^2) GO
Moment of inertia of a circular ring about an axis through its center and perpendicular to its plane
Moment of Inertia=Mass*(Radius 1^2) GO
Base Surface Area of a Conical Frustum
Base Surface Area=pi*(Radius 2)^2 GO
Area of a Torus
Area=pi^2*(Radius 2^2-Radius 1^2) GO
Top Surface Area of a Conical Frustum
Top Surface Area=pi*(Radius 1)^2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Height of a trapezoid when area and sum of parallel sides are given
Height=(2*Area)/Sum of parallel sides of a trapezoid GO
Height of a triangular prism when lateral surface area is given
Height=Lateral Surface Area/(Side A+Side B+Side C) GO
Height of an isosceles trapezoid
Height=sqrt(Side C^2-0.25*(Side A-Side B)^2) GO
Altitude of an isosceles triangle
Height=sqrt((Side A)^2+((Side B)^2/4)) GO
Height of a triangular prism when base and volume are given
Height=(2*Volume)/(Base*Length) GO
Altitude of the largest right pyramid with a square base that can be inscribed in a sphere of radius a
Height=4*Radius of Sphere/3 GO
Height of Cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere
Height=4*Radius of Sphere/3 GO
Height of Cone circumscribing a sphere such that volume of cone is minimum
Height=4*Radius of Sphere GO
Height of parabolic section that can be cut from a cone for maximum area of parabolic section
Height=0.75*Slant Height GO
Height of a circular cylinder of maximum convex surface area in a given circular cone
Height=Height of Cone/2 GO
Height of Largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone
Height=Height of Cone/3 GO

Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius Formula

Height=Radius 1+Radius 2
h=r1+r2
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Circumradius of heptagon given only side GO
Inradius of heptagon given only side GO
Inradius of heptagon given circumradius GO
Area of heptagon given side and inradius GO
Area of each triangle in heptagon given side and inradius GO
Area of heptagon given side and angle GO
Area of heptagon given side GO
Perimeter of heptagon GO
Height of heptagon given circumradius and angle GO
Height of heptagon given inradius and angle GO
Height of heptagon given side and angle GO
Height of heptagon given circumradius GO
Height of heptagon given inradius GO
Height of heptagon given side GO
Width of heptagon given side and angle GO
Width of heptagon given side GO

What is a heptagon?

Heptagon is a polygon with seven sides and seven vertices. Like any polygon, a heptagon may be either convex or concave, as illustrated in the next figure. When it is convex, all its interior angles are lower than 180°. On the other hand, when its is concave, one or more of its interior angles is larger than 180°. When all the edges of the heptagon are equal then it is called equilateral

How to Calculate Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius?

Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius calculator uses Height=Radius 1+Radius 2 to calculate the Height, The Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius formula is defined as h=Rc+Ri where Rc is circumradius and Ri is inradius of heptagon. Height and is denoted by h symbol.

How to calculate Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius, enter Radius 1 (r1) and Radius 2 (r2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius calculation can be explained with given input values -> 24 = 11+13.

FAQ

What is Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius?
The Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius formula is defined as h=Rc+Ri where Rc is circumradius and Ri is inradius of heptagon and is represented as h=r1+r2 or Height=Radius 1+Radius 2. Radius 1 is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve and Radius 2 is a radial line from the focus to any point of a curve.
How to calculate Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius?
The Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius formula is defined as h=Rc+Ri where Rc is circumradius and Ri is inradius of heptagon is calculated using Height=Radius 1+Radius 2. To calculate Height of heptagon given circumradius and inradius, you need Radius 1 (r1) and Radius 2 (r2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Radius 1 and Radius 2 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 Height?
In this formula, Height uses Radius 1 and Radius 2. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Height=4*Radius of Sphere/3
  • Height=4*Radius of Sphere
  • Height=Height of Cone/3
  • Height=4*Radius of Sphere/3
  • Height=Height of Cone/2
  • Height=0.75*Slant Height
  • Height=sqrt(Side C^2-0.25*(Side A-Side B)^2)
  • Height=(2*Area)/Sum of parallel sides of a trapezoid
  • Height=sqrt((Side A)^2+((Side B)^2/4))
  • Height=(2*Volume)/(Base*Length)
  • Height=Lateral Surface Area/(Side A+Side B+Side C)
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