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With a 30 deqree angle at the top of a triangle and a height of 15

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its base X highgth

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When calculating area what are the similarities between triangles and parallelogram?

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Every prism has a base. For a triangular prism the base is a triangle.


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The median of a triangle cannot be considered as a base of that triangle.


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What is the bottom of the triangle called?

The bottom of the triangle is typically referred to as the base of the triangle. All triangles have a base.


What is is the bottom of a triangle called?

The bottom of the triangle is typically referred to as the base of the triangle. All triangles have a base.


What can be said about the base and height of a triangle?

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In an isosceles triangle the base angles are?

The base angles of an isosceles triangle are congruent.


How do you find the area and perimiter of a triangle?

To find the area of a triangle find the base and the height of the triangle. Then multiply the base by the height, then divide by 2. To find the perimiter of a triangle add together the outside edge of the triangle. To find the area of a triangle find the base and the height of the triangle. Then multiply the base by the height, then divide by 2. To find the perimiter of a triangle add together the outside edge of the triangle.


Is it only in an isosceles triangle that the base angles are equal?

No. It need not be the base angles that are equal, it can be one of the base angles and the top angle (if the triangle is tipped over). Also, the base angle are equal in an equilateral triangle - although an equilateral triangle is a special kind of isosceles triangle.


What is the area of a triangle with base 2cm and 5cm?

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If a triangle is flipped upside down where's the base?

at the top. The "base" of a triangle is arbitrary.