What is the area of a triangle with base 2cm and height 3cm
Area of a triangle = 1/2 (Base x Height) Example: Width 13cm, Height 5cm, Base 12cm then; Area=1/2(12cm x 5cm) Area=6cm x 5cm Area=30cm2
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In order to find the area of a rectangle, multiply the length by the width of the rectangle. For example: If the length of a rectangle is 5cm and the width of a rectangle is 2cm, then the area of the rectangle would be 5cm X 2cm = 10cm².
Area = 0.5*4*5 = 10 square cm
The area of a 12cm by 5cm right-angled triangle is: 42 cm2
The area of a triangle = 1/2*base*height = 1/2*5*7 = 17.5 cm2.The fact that it is an isosceles triangle is irrelevant.
No. It is not possible, because a triangle cannot have a side longer than the sum of two other sides. 5 is greater than 2+2. Therefore the triangle cannot exist.
Any shape you want as long as the area within its boundary is 6cm2.examples:a triangle of base 6 cm and height 2 cm;a rectangle 2cm by 3 cm;an L shaped hexagon with sides 5cm, 2cm, 1cm, 1cm, 4cm, 1cm;circle of radius approx 1.382 cm;
35/2 cm² 0r 17.5 cm² area = 0.5 x base x height