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What is the area of an equilateral triangle with sides of 10 inches and height of 7 inches? A. 20 sq. in. B. 44 sq. in. C. 35 sq. in. D. 70 sq. in.
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User: What is the area of an equilateral triangle with sides of 10 inches and height of 7 inches? A. 20 sq. in. B. 44 sq. in. C. 35 sq. in. D. 70 sq. in.

Weegy: The answer is B. 35 sq. in
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Weegy: The area of the square is 441 sq ft. (21*21=441) Area is length * width.
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User: How much water can be held by a cylindrical tank with a radius of 12 feet and a height of 30 feet?

Weegy: v = 3.14*12*12*30 = 13564.8 cubic feet, Density of water: 7.48 gallon(U.S. liquid) per cubic foot. Capacity of tank: C = 13564.8*7.48 = 101,465 gallons of water.
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Weegy: 2 x 3.14 = 6.28
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Weegy: The diameter of a Frisbee is 12. Area of the Frisbee = 3.14 * r²; d=2r; 12=2*r; r=6; Area of the Frisbee = 3.14 * 6²;=113.04 sq in.
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User: Look at the parallelogram below. < 1 and < 3 are each 35°. What is the measurement of < 2?

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