If a triangle has a height of 14 inches and a base of 9 inches, what's its area? A. 63 square inches B. 135 square inches C. 46 square inches What's the proper name of the quadrilateral below? A. Parallelogram B. Triangle C. Rectangle D. 126 square inches
A triangle has a height of 14 inches and a base of 9 inches. Solution: Area = (14*9)/2 = 126/2 = 63 square inches
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A triangle has a height of 14 inches and a base of 9 inches.
Solution:
Area = (14*9)/2 = 126/2
= 63 square inches
Confirmed by Sting [7/17/2019 8:52:33 AM]

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