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Find the area of a triangle with base of 10 inches and altitude to the base of 16 inches.what is it? 80 in² or, 135 in² or, 160 in²

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Updated 9/19/2014 3:40:06 AM

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The area of a triangle with base of 10 inches and altitude to the base of 16 inches is 80 square inches. A = ba/2; A = 10(16)/2; A = 80.

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Find the area of a trapezoid with bases of 8 and 16 and a height of 10.?
1,280 sq. units or,
240 sq. units or this,
120 sq. units?

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Updated 5/11/2012 12:09:19 AM

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The area of the trapezoid is 120 sq. units.

Formula:

Area =( (b1+b2)/2 ) x h

Given

b1 = 8

b2 = 16

h = 10

SOLUTION:

Substitute the given figures

Area =( (8+16)/2 ) x 10

Area =( 24/2 ) x 10

Area =12 x 10

Area =120

Formula:

Area =( (b1+b2)/2 ) x h

Given

b1 = 8

b2 = 16

h = 10

SOLUTION:

Substitute the given figures

Area =( (8+16)/2 ) x 10

Area =( 24/2 ) x 10

Area =12 x 10

Area =120

Added 5/11/2012 12:09:25 AM

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