If a triangle has a height of 12 inches and a base of 5 inches, what's its area
If a triangle has a height of 12 inches and a base of 5 inches, its area is 30 square inches. A = hb/2 A = 12 in. * 5 in. / 2 A = 60 in.^2 / 2 A = 30 square inches (answer)
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If a triangle has a height of 12 inches and a base of 5 inches, its area is 30 square inches.

A = hb/2
A = 12 in. * 5 in. / 2
A = 60 in.^2 / 2
A = 30 square inches (answer)

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