Q: What is the height of a trapezoid with bases 7in and 12 in?

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Area = 1/2*(14+12)*8 = 104 square cm

1/2*(12+8)*5 = 50 square cm

x (height) = 12 units. area_trapezoid = ½ × sum_of_bases × height → height = 2 × area_trapezoid ÷ sum_of_bases → height = 2 × 150 ÷ (8 + 17) = 12 units

The formula to calculate the area of a trapezoid is (1/2) * sum of the bases * height. Given that the height is 12 cm and the bases are 15 cm and another side, the area can be calculated as (1/2) * (15 + b) * 12, where b is the length of the other base.

Area = 0.5*(15+7)*12 = 132 square feet

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the formula for the area of a trapezoid is one half the sum of its bases times the height. So, A = .5(b1+b2)h = .5(18+12)4 = 60 meters2

Area = 1/2*(14+12)*8 = 104 square cm

1/2*(12+8)*5 = 50 square cm

x (height) = 12 units. area_trapezoid = ½ × sum_of_bases × height → height = 2 × area_trapezoid ÷ sum_of_bases → height = 2 × 150 ÷ (8 + 17) = 12 units

The formula to calculate the area of a trapezoid is (1/2) * sum of the bases * height. Given that the height is 12 cm and the bases are 15 cm and another side, the area can be calculated as (1/2) * (15 + b) * 12, where b is the length of the other base.

With the information given it can be any height greater than zero units. If the area was given, or the lengths of the equal sides were given, then the height can be calculated specifically.

Area = 0.5*(15+7)*12 = 132 square feet

Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*( sum of parallel sides)*height

Area = 1/2 (sum of bases) times height Area = (8+12)/2 x 4 Area = 10 x 4 = 40

Area = 0.5*(9 + 3)*11 = 0.5*12*11 = 66 sq cm

trapezoid = 1/2 sum of bases x height = 104 semicircle = 1/2 pi x diameter squared/4 = 100.48 total = 204.48 sq ft

6 meters Check: 1/2*(8+12)*6 = 60 square meters