Q: What is the area of a triangle with a base of 8m and a height of 4 m?

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20 sq. m

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(6 x 8) / 2 ie 24 sqm

Area is 1/2 base x height. We don't know the height so let's call it h. The area is 8h/2 or 4h.

5m*8m = 40m/2=20 20 is your answer

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Is the height 9m or 8m? Area of triangle = Base x Height / 2 If the height is 9m... The area is 37m squared If the height is 8m... The area is 24m squared.

20 sq. m

Any height that you like!

Assuming it's a right triangle: A = area, b = base, h = height A = bh/2 = (6)(8)/2 = 24

the formula for the area of a triangle is height times base divided by 2, thus 8x6=y, y divided by two, so your answer is 24m

(6 x 8) / 2 ie 24 sqm

It is: 0.5*8*20 = 160.5 square m

Area is 1/2 base x height. We don't know the height so let's call it h. The area is 8h/2 or 4h.

5m*8m = 40m/2=20 20 is your answer

Assuming that the width of the triangle is the base of the triangle and the the length is height we can calculate area as followed: 1/2 Base x Height = Area of a Triangle (8 meters ÷ 2) x 6 meters = 4 meters x 6 meters = 24 meters².

this is really simple dude. its almost a waste of time to answer this. the formula to find area is- Area = base*height/2 therefore, area = 8m * 4m / 2 ... area = 16 square meters

336 cubic meters