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A lot is in the shape of a trapezoid. The sum of the bases is 180 feet. If the area of the lot is 8,100 square feet, what is the distance across the lot, i.e. the altitude of the figure?
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trapezoid area = 1/2 x (a + b) x h = 1/2 x 180 x h = 8100
h = 8100/90 = 90 feet.
the altitude of the lot is 90 feet.
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Compute the area of a triangle with sides. 15 × 15 × 18
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108 squared units is the area of the triangle with sides 15 × 15 × 18. Solution: a=sqrt(c^2-b^2); a=12 this will be the height h; A=0.5bh; A=108
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Find the area of an ellipse with a minor axis of 8 inches and a major axis of 9 inches (round to nearest tenth).
Weegy: Area = pi * minor axis * major axis = 3.14 * 8 * 9 = 226.08 inches, rounded to the nearest tenth is 226.1 inches User: Find the area of the following ellipse (round to nearest tenth). 2a = 10 cm; 2b = 24 cm. (More)
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Compute the area of the triangle. (Express answer in cm²) height = 6 cm base = 12 cm
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Find the area of the following ellipse (round to nearest tenth). 2a = 10 cm; 2b = 24 cm.
Weegy: Area = pi * minor axis * major axis = 3.14 * 8 * 9 = 226.08 inches, rounded to the nearest tenth is 226.1 inches (More)
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The area of the ellipse (round to nearest tenth) with 2a = 10 cm; 2b = 24 cm is Area = 3.14 x 5 x 12 = 188.4 cm^2
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