Q: What are the units of height?

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Without further information it is impossible to say exactly what the base and height are:area_triangle = 1/2 x base x height→ height = 2 x area_triangle ÷ base= 2 x 22 sq units ÷ base= 44 sq units ÷ baseSo for any base > 0 units a corresponding height will be found, eg:base = 1 unit → height= 44 sq units ÷ 1 unit = 44 unitsbase = 2 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 2 units = 22 unitsbase = 44 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 44 units = 1 unitbase = 88 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 88 units =1/2 unitetcAll those triangles above have an area of 22 sq units.

Area = 0.5*base*height = 37.5 square units.

12 units

x (height) = 12 units. area_trapezoid = ½ × sum_of_bases × height → height = 2 × area_trapezoid ÷ sum_of_bases → height = 2 × 150 ÷ (8 + 17) = 12 units

A cylinder with a radius of 11 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 4,561.593 cubic units.

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The area of a triangle is half base times height so any triangles whose base times height is 60 units will have an area of 30 square units e.g. base = 10 units, height = 6 units; base = 5 units, height = 12 units; base = 7.5 units, height = 8 units.

Area_trapezium = ½ × sum_parallel_sides × height_between_them → height = 2 × area_trapezium ÷ sum_parallel_sides → height = 2 × 98 sq units ÷ (20 + 8) units → height = 196 ÷ 28 units = 7 units.

Without further information it is impossible to say exactly what the base and height are:area_triangle = 1/2 x base x height→ height = 2 x area_triangle ÷ base= 2 x 22 sq units ÷ base= 44 sq units ÷ baseSo for any base > 0 units a corresponding height will be found, eg:base = 1 unit → height= 44 sq units ÷ 1 unit = 44 unitsbase = 2 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 2 units = 22 unitsbase = 44 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 44 units = 1 unitbase = 88 units → height= 44 sq units ÷ 88 units =1/2 unitetcAll those triangles above have an area of 22 sq units.

Area = 0.5*base*height = 37.5 square units.

12 units

Area = Base*Height = 15*12.3 = 184.5 square units.

x (height) = 12 units. area_trapezoid = ½ × sum_of_bases × height → height = 2 × area_trapezoid ÷ sum_of_bases → height = 2 × 150 ÷ (8 + 17) = 12 units

The height of a cylinder with a volume of 734.76 cubic units and a radius of 6 units is: 6.497 units.

the slant height is always 2 units bigger then the height

A cylinder with a radius of 4 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 603.19 cubic units.

A cylinder with a radius of 3 units and a height of 8 units has a volume of 226.195 cubic units.

A cone with a base of 5 units and a height of 12 units has a volume of 78.54 cubic units.