# The lengths of the sides of the triangle are proportional to the numbers 6,7 and 11.

**The lengths of the sides of the triangle are proportional to the numbers 6,7 and 11. Calculate the lengths of the sides of the triangle, knowing that the length of the larger side is 121 mm.**

By the condition of the problem, we know that the lengths of the three sides of a certain triangle are proportional to the numbers 6, 7 and 11.

It is also known that the length of the longer side of this triangle is 121 millimeters.

Let’s calculate how many millimeters the smaller of the sides of the triangle is equal to:

121/11 * 6 = 11 * 6 = 66 millimeters.

Let’s calculate what the side of the triangle, average along the length, is equal to:

121/11 * 7 = 11 * 7 = 77 millimeters.

Answer: the length of the two sides of the triangle is 66 and 77 millimeters, respectively.