Q: What is the area of a triangle with base 17cm and height 20cm?

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The area is 40cm2

It is not possible to answer the question because it is not clear what the three measures represent.

If it's a right triangle the formula for area is 1/2base times the height. so 1/2(15)(20) which is 10 times 15 so the answer would be 150.

A cylinder with a surface area of 200cm2 and a height of 20cm has a volume of about 137.96cm3

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The area is 40cm2

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Its 20cm

It is not possible to answer the question because it is not clear what the three measures represent.

If it's a right triangle the formula for area is 1/2base times the height. so 1/2(15)(20) which is 10 times 15 so the answer would be 150.

A cylinder with a surface area of 200cm2 and a height of 20cm has a volume of about 137.96cm3

195.5

It will have 3 equal sides of 20cm Using Pythagoras's' theorem its height is 17.32050808cm Using the formula for area:1/2*base*height its area is 173.32050808cm2

60 cm2

195.5

better question what shape is it

240