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Q: What is the height of a trapizoid with an area of 9m2 and bases that measure 2.4m and 3.6m?

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Multiply the height by the width Area = length x width or (height x width in this case)

Area = 1/2*(sum of parallel sides)*height

Area of the base times the height.

Square feet is a measure of area and does not have to be square. The area of a triangle is 0.5*base*height where the base and height are expressed in feet. (The height is the vertical distance from the apex t the base.)

you multiply the length of the base times the height and then divide by two.

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Area of a trapezoid = 0.5*(sum of parallel bases)*height Need to know the measure of the other base

It is: 16 cm.

Multiply the area by 2 and then divide it by the sum of its bases which will result to its height.

The height can be found by dividing the area by the sum of the bases and multiplying the result by 2

0. An acre is a measure of area: it has a length and a breadth but not a height.

Yes. For example, if the square's side length was 10, the area would be 100. If the trapezoid's two base lengths were 5 and 20, and the height was 8, the area would be 100.

Area: rectangle length times width Area: triangle 1/2base times height Area: trapizoid 1/2 (base1 plus base2) perimeter add up the sides

Area = average of bases * height = (7 + 10)/2 * 10.6 = 8.5*10.6 = 90.1 sq units.

Divide area by one half of the sum of the bases. You need to know base lengths to get height

To find the area of a prism, you have to first find the area of the base and multiply it by 2 (because there are 2 bases). Then, find the perimeter of the base and multiply it by the height of the prism. Lastly, add the area of the bases and the perimeter x height value to get the area of the prism. ** if the prism is a cylinder, do the same thing, finding the area of the circles (bases) and multiplying the height x circumference.

The answer is 40.

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