## About Side Splitter Theorem Calculator (Formula)

The Side Splitter Theorem Calculator employs the Side Splitter Theorem, a fundamental concept in geometry. The theorem states that if a line is parallel to one side of a triangle and it intersects the other two sides, it divides those sides proportionally.

The formulas used in the calculator are as follows:

- The Side Splitter Theorem:
**AC/CE=AB/BD** - The formula for calculating the length of side

Where:

- $AC$ is the length of side A to C.
- $CE$ is the length of side C to E.
- $AB$ is the length of side A to B.
- $BD$ is the length of side B to D.

These formulas are used to calculate and compare the relative lengths of the sides of a triangle when a line parallel to one side intersects the other two sides. The Side Splitter Theorem has various applications in geometry and engineering, providing a basis for solving problems involving similar triangles.