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Q: What is the area of a triangle that with a 6 ft base and 3 ft height?

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Area of any triangle: 0.5*base*height

64.9 square feet probably.

Area = 0.5*4*11 = 22 square feet

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Area = 0.5*base*height = 48 sq ft

Area = 0.5*Base*Height = 36 sq ft

That will depend on the height of the triangle which has not been given. Base = (84*2)/height

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The area of a triangle with a height of 3' and and a base of 32 inches is 3.99 sq. ft. sumit.

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Area of any triangle: 0.5*base*height

78 feet squared.

132 ft

The area of any triangle is defined as half the base multiplied by the height.

The area cannot be 160 feet, which is a measure of length or distance and NOT of area. Assuming that to be the only mistake in the question, the area of a triangle is given by the formula: Area = 0.5* base * height So 160 SQUARE feet = 0.5 * 32 ft * base which implies that base = 10 ft.

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