Q: What is the area of a trapezoid with base of 4Cm and 28Cm?

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28cm

Area= length x width. Therefore, Area= 7cm x 4cm=28cm squared.

28

Its base is: 44/4 = 11cm

the equation for area is area = length * width. area = 3cm*4cm. Area = 12cm^2

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28cm

Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*(sum of parallel sides)*height

The ratio is: 7cm to 1cm

Area= length x width. Therefore, Area= 7cm x 4cm=28cm squared.

The area of triangle is : 8.0

28

Area of trapezoid: 0.5*(20+18)*4 = 76 square cm

Area = 1/2*(6+4)*height

The perimeter is the addition of the all the sides of the shape. For example if a rectangle has two sides which are 4cm and two sides which are 7cm, then the perimeter will be 4cm+4cm+7cm+7cm. The perimeter would therefore be 22cm. The area of a shape is gotten by multiplying the length and breadth of the shape. For example, in a rectangle witrh the same measurements above, the area will be 4cm x 7cm and that would 28cm. You have to use the square sign but I can't do that here.

4cm

Its base is: 44/4 = 11cm

What you do is you multiply the base by the height then you must half your answer. Eg: A triangle with a base of 2 cm and a height of 4cm, you would do 2x4=8 then half your answer to get 4cm squared.