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Area = 0.5*base*height

28 = 0.5*8*height

So height = 7 inches.

Q: What is the height of a triangle that has a base of 8in and an area of 28in squared?

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42units squared :)

The area is 48 units squared.

A= 22.365mm squared

If one side of the triangle is 8cm then the other side is 7cm because 0.5*8*7 = 28 square cm

The formula for area of a triangle is: Base X Height divided by 2 So a base of 6 and a height of 4 6 X 4=24 24/2=12 The area of your triangle is 12 units squared.

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42units squared :)

The area is 48 units squared.

Area of a triangle = 1/2 * base * heightWe have,Area = 28 cm squared, base = 8cmthen,28 = 1/2 * 8 * h28 = 4*hh = 7cm

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48 units squared.

47km squared

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