The area gets doubled.
If the linear dimensions are doubled, the area is multiplied by (2)2 = 4 .
The area doubles if the base stays the same.
The area should increase.
In the first case, the area will remain the same. In the second case, the area will doubled.
The area is multiplied by 4, not doubled.
If the base stays the same, the area is also doubled.
The exact same as the original triangle.
Refer to the question. It says the base is doubled! And when the dimensions of the base are doubled, the area is multiplied by 4.
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