Let the given area is 10cm. Base of the triangle is 4 cm. altitude of triangle=? Area= 1/2 x Base x altitude 10= 1/2 x 4x altitude 10=2 x altitude 10/2= altitude 5= altitude Hence, altitude of the triangle is 5 cm.
Area = 0.5*Base*Altitude = 0.5*20*5 = 50 square inches.
The dimensions are: altitude 12 inches and base 7 inches Check: 0.5*12*7 = 42 square inches
Assuming the area is 35 SQUARE metres and not 35 metres, Area = Base*Altitude/2 So 35 = Base*14/2 = 7*Base Base = 5 metres.
A = 1/2bh 1/2 * 5 * 7 = 17.5m2
A triangle is half a square The area of a square is height × width(base) So, the area of a triangle is height × base ÷ 2 5×4÷2 = 10
Here are a couple Find the altitude of a triangle with base 3 and hypotenuse 5. Find the altitude of an equilateral triangle with each side to 2
The area of a triangle is half the base times height.
Area of a triangle = 0.5*base*height. In this case, area = 0.5*3*5 = 7.5 metre2.
The area of any triangle is HALF the base times the [vertical] height, so the area of your triangle is: (5 x 10)/2 = 25 (square inches)
What is the area of a triangle with base 2cm and height 3cm
Area of a triangle = 1/2 * base * height = 1/2*3*5 = 7.5 square metres.
it is possible, if the triangle is bigger than the rectangle, for example the rectangle has a base of 5 and height of 2-- so the area is 10; and then the triangle has a base of 5 and a height of 4-- the area is also 10.
area of a triangle = .5 * base * height In this case .5 * 9 * 14 = 63 square inches
Since the area of a triangle is .5 x Base x Height, the area of this triangle would be: .5 x 2 x 3 = 3 So 3 units
6 (base) * 5 (height) / 2 = 15.
Area is 17.5 units2
The area is 30 units2
The formula for the area of a triangle is 1/2 times the Base times the Height. So, this is 1/2 * (12 * 5) or 30 square inches.
The area of a triangle is (base*height)/2. Assuming 5 inches and 12 inches are the base and height (either order), the area is 5*12/2=30 square inches.
Formula for area of Triangle: a=0.5(bh) Where b is the base length and h is the height. For example, a triangle of base 10 and height 5 has an area of 25.
Area of a triangle is 1/2 * base * height, so .5 * 5.5 * 8.8 = 24.2
Area of a triangle = (1/2) x (base) x (height) Can you take it from there ?
For a triangle, the area is equal to half the base times the height. A = 1/2*bh where A is the area of the triangle, b is the length of the base, and h is the height. In this case: * A = 1/2 * 5 * 3 = 15/2 cm2 = 7.5 cm2.