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# What happens when you triple the height of a trapezoid?

Updated: 12/14/2022

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The Area of theheight and trapezoid get bigger or what ever u r calucating

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Q: What happens when you triple the height of a trapezoid?
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A trapezoid is a polygon. Therefore, a trapezoid has no height

### How you could find the height of a trapezoid if you knew the length of the 2 bases and the area of the trapezoid?

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### How do you find an area of trapezoid?

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### How do you find the height of a trapezoid when area given?

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