Q: What is a polygon whose area equals half its base multiplied by its height?

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The lateral area of a cylinder whose diameter is 4cm and whose height is three times the radius equals approximately 75.4cm2

Triangles, rectangles and octagons are all examples of a polygon. A polygon is a polygon whose sides are the same length and whose interior angles are the same measure

Any number except zero. A number multiplied by its reciprocal equals 1.

Assuming that you mean cuboid, length and width, the answer is 13,824 square units.

Any polygon whose sides are equal in length, such as a square, is a regular polygon.

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The area of a circle is equal to that of a triangle whose base has the length of the circle's circumference (distance around the circle) and whose height equals the circle's radius which comes to Pi multiplied by the radius squared. Area of Triangle 1/2 *base*height

The lateral area of a cylinder whose diameter is 4cm and whose height is three times the radius equals approximately 75.4cm2

Inscribed Polygon

An inscribed polygon

Triangles, rectangles and octagons are all examples of a polygon. A polygon is a polygon whose sides are the same length and whose interior angles are the same measure

A regular polygon is a polygon whose sides are equal length and whose angles are all the same value. A non regular polygon is just the opposite of a regular polygon.

Any number except zero. A number multiplied by its reciprocal equals 1.

yes it is.

Inscribed polygon, since it is inside the circle.

A cyclic polygon.

Assuming that you mean cuboid, length and width, the answer is 13,824 square units.