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Q: What is the area of a triangle when the height is 6in and the base is 5in?

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The area is 16.25 units2

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The dimensions given fit that of a right angle triangle

169.291m

The total surface area of a cone is (pi)*r(r+l) where r = radius and l = slant height. So (pi)5(5+7) (pi)5(12) 188.4 Units Squared

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The area is 16.25 units2

You did not give enough information to answer the question, but the formula is Volume=(Area of the base)•(Height) / 3

338

It is an isosceles triangle which has two equal sides

5in.

Your height of 5ft/5in. equates to 1.52 meters. Like you, I am also 5ft/5in or 1.52 meters.

The dimensions given fit that of a right angle triangle

169.291m

4ft 5in

Surface area excluding the bases: 20*pi*5 = 100*pi square inches

If those are the lengths of the triangle's sides, then you have a "right" triangle. The angle opposite the 5-inch side is a 90-degree angle.

the height of 40m or short as 5in

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