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A trapezoid has an area of 493 meters squared, a height of 17m, and a base of 22m. Find the length of the other base. Show all work for credit.
A trapezoid is a quadrilateral (has 4 sides) and has only one pair of sides parallel. How to determine the area of a trapezoid: * Add the lengths of the 2 parallel sides * divide by 2 to get the average length of the [ [ parallel sides. * Multiply this by the height (distance between the parallel sides ] ]
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User: A trapezoid has an area of 493 meters squared, a height of 17m, and a base of 22m. Find the length of the other base. Show all work for credit.

Weegy: A trapezoid is a quadrilateral (has 4 sides) and has only one pair of sides parallel. How to determine the area of a trapezoid: * Add the lengths of the 2 parallel sides * divide by 2 to get the average length of the [ [ parallel sides. * Multiply this by the height (distance between the parallel sides ] ]
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User: A square pyramid has a base with a perimeter of 24 inches and a height of 4 inches. Find the surface area and volume of the pyramid. Show all work for credit.

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