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## Width of X Shape Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Width = (2*Inner arm length*sin(Top angle/2))+(2*Thickness)
w = (2*LInner_Arm*sin(AngleTop/2))+(2*t)
This formula uses 1 Functions, 3 Variables
Functions Used
sin - Trigonometric sine function, sin(Angle)
Variables Used
Inner arm length - Inner arm length is the inner length of the arm of the given geometry. (Measured in Meter)
Top angle - The Top angle is the top most angle of the Geometry. (Measured in Radian)
Thickness - Thickness is the distance through an object. (Measured in Meter)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Inner arm length: 0.51 Meter --> 0.51 Meter No Conversion Required
Thickness: 1 Meter --> 1 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
w = (2*LInner_Arm*sin(AngleTop/2))+(2*t) --> (2*0.51*sin(0.528/2))+(2*1)
Evaluating ... ...
w = 2.26616292575197
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
2.26616292575197 Meter --> No Conversion Required
2.26616292575197 Meter <-- Width
(Calculation completed in 00.010 seconds)
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Perimeter = 4*(Thickness+Length-Thickness*sin(pi/2-atan(Width/Height))/sin(pi-2*atan(Width/Height))) Go
Inner arm length of X Shape
Inner arm length = Length/2-Thickness*sin(pi/2-atan(Width/Height))/sin(pi-2*atan(Width/Height)) Go
Crossing length of X Shape
Crossing Length = Thickness*sin(pi/2-atan(Width/Height))/sin(pi-2*atan(Width/Height)) Go
Area of X Shape given crossing length
Area = (2*Length*Thickness*sin(Top angle))-(((Crossing Length)^2)*sin(Top angle)) Go
Crossing length of X Shape given top angle
Crossing Length = (Thickness/2)*cosec(Top angle/2) Go
Bottom angle of X Shape
Bottom angle = 2*atan(Width/Height) Go
Right angle of X Shape
Right angle = 2*atan(Height/Width) Go
Left angle of X Shape
Left angle = 2*atan(Height/Width) Go
Top angle of X Shape
Top angle = 2*atan(Width/Height) Go
Outer arm length of X Shape
Outer Arm Length = Length/2 Go

### Width of X Shape Formula

Width = (2*Inner arm length*sin(Top angle/2))+(2*Thickness)
w = (2*LInner_Arm*sin(AngleTop/2))+(2*t)

## What is X Shape?

When a parallelogram shaped bar is reflected and connected with the original bar in the center then the formed shape is known as X shape. The intersection of both bars is a rhombus of which side length is called crossing length.

## How to Calculate Width of X Shape?

Width of X Shape calculator uses Width = (2*Inner arm length*sin(Top angle/2))+(2*Thickness) to calculate the Width, The Width of X Shape is defined as the total horizontal length covered by the whole X Shape geometry. Width is denoted by w symbol.

How to calculate Width of X Shape using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Width of X Shape, enter Inner arm length (LInner_Arm), Top angle (AngleTop) & Thickness (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Width of X Shape calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.266163 = (2*0.51*sin(0.528/2))+(2*1).

### FAQ

What is Width of X Shape?
The Width of X Shape is defined as the total horizontal length covered by the whole X Shape geometry and is represented as w = (2*LInner_Arm*sin(AngleTop/2))+(2*t) or Width = (2*Inner arm length*sin(Top angle/2))+(2*Thickness). Inner arm length is the inner length of the arm of the given geometry, The Top angle is the top most angle of the Geometry & Thickness is the distance through an object.
How to calculate Width of X Shape?
The Width of X Shape is defined as the total horizontal length covered by the whole X Shape geometry is calculated using Width = (2*Inner arm length*sin(Top angle/2))+(2*Thickness). To calculate Width of X Shape, you need Inner arm length (LInner_Arm), Top angle (AngleTop) & Thickness (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Inner arm length, Top angle & Thickness and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know