Q: What is the area of a triangle which the base is 6cm and the height is 8cm?

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assuming its an isosceles triangle, then its 16 cm high

the area equals one half base times height. For example : you have a triangle with a base of 5cm and a height of 6cm you multiply 5 times 6 (=30) then you divide 30 by 2 because its one half of the base times height. Hope that helps :)

33 cm squared.The formula for calculating the area of a triangle is (base x height)/2.11x6 is 66. 66 divided by 2 is 33.

The area of triangle is : 24.0

The area of a triangle equals 1/2 base x height. So the answer is 1/2 x 6cm x 8cm = 1/2 x 48cm2 = 24cm2.

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Area of a triangle = 1/2 x base x altitude(height)On putting given values, we get45cm2 = 1/2 x 6cm x height(altitude)cm45 = 3 x altitudealtitude = 15 cmAnswer to the question is 15cm.

Area = (Base x Height) divided by 2.12cm x 6cm = 72cm sq.72cm sq. divided by 2 = 36 cm sq.Area of triangle = 36 cm square

assuming its an isosceles triangle, then its 16 cm high

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

A=1/2(b)(h). So A=1/2(6cm)(4cm). A=12cm^2, or 12 squared centimeters.

the area equals one half base times height. For example : you have a triangle with a base of 5cm and a height of 6cm you multiply 5 times 6 (=30) then you divide 30 by 2 because its one half of the base times height. Hope that helps :)

The Answer to you question is...36 sqaured Willy12*6=72cm72/2 = 36cm squared.

33 cm squared.The formula for calculating the area of a triangle is (base x height)/2.11x6 is 66. 66 divided by 2 is 33.

b=5cm/h=6cm