Q: If a triangle has a height of 5 cm and a base of 3 cm then what does the area equals to?

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For a triangle, Area = Base * Height So 55.5 = Base * 9.25 Base = 55.5/9.25 = 6

A triangle.

the technical answer is 7.5 but for you people the answer is 7.5

This is the formula for area of a triangle. Area of triangle = 1/2 x area of base x height

The formula for finding the area of a triangle is: Area = (base * height) / 2.

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The area of triangle is : 21.0

For a triangle, Area = Base * Height So 55.5 = Base * 9.25 Base = 55.5/9.25 = 6

Area = 1/2*base*height = 12 square units.

Area = 0.5*base*height = 0.5*16*8 = 64 sq inches.

Area formulas? Area of a rectangle equals base*height Area of a square equals side*side Area of a triange equals 1/2 * base* height

The area of a triangle equals half of the length of its base times its height.Area of a triangle with base of 16 units and height of 14 units is 112 square units.

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A triangle.

Area of a triangle = base * height / 2 Therefore the base = Area * 2 / height

area of triangle: area equals base times height devided by two! a=bxh/2 a=40in b=20in THE ANSWER IS 4in as the height!

... and the shape is? A triangle? A parallelogram?

the technical answer is 7.5 but for you people the answer is 7.5