Q: What part of a trapezoid equals half the sum of the bases?

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In general, a trapezoid is bigger. This is because you can look at a trapezoid as a square with two half-triangles attached to the end. While a square, only has a square part. With this said however, make sure you check the side lengths to make sure they are comparable.

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No, the formula for a trapezoid's area is (base1 +base2)x height divided by 2, so the bases are only part of the total area.

Both sides of one of its diagonals

That equals 0.85 of a whole, 0.50 + 0.25 + 0.10.

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In general, a trapezoid is bigger. This is because you can look at a trapezoid as a square with two half-triangles attached to the end. While a square, only has a square part. With this said however, make sure you check the side lengths to make sure they are comparable.

A grain is a unit of measurement in medicine. A one half grain equals 30 mgs as part of the apothecaries system

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No, the formula for a trapezoid's area is (base1 +base2)x height divided by 2, so the bases are only part of the total area.

160 rods equals 0.5 (half) of a mile.

That depends what part of the world you come from because in the States it is a trapezium but in England it is a trapezoid

Not for all trap. Only for an isosceles trapezoid. Well, for an Isosceles trapezoid, it could be any of the two diagonals! In order to have an isosceles trapezoid with the diagonals equal, the isosceles part MUST be precise and specific.

Both sides of one of its diagonals

one eighth cause if you multiply the denomiators 4X2 equals eight.

Nothing it is where a part of the nail has become detatched from the finger.

mid-segment

That equals 0.85 of a whole, 0.50 + 0.25 + 0.10.