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Which formula for the area of a parallogram is similar to a rectangle circle triangle ellipse or trapezoid?

Rectangle Area of parallelogram = Base * Height Area of rectangle = Base * Height


What is the formulas of rectangle square and triangle?

Area formulas? Area of a rectangle equals base*height Area of a square equals side*side Area of a triange equals 1/2 * base* height


How do you find the area of a rectangle with a triangle attached to the side?

you split your shape in half, (The rectangle and the triangle), by putting a line through it and then calculate the area of the rectangle and then calculate the area of the triangle, half the area of the triangle then add the area of the triangle and the rectangle together!Then you should have your answer!


How is the area of a triangle related to the area of a rectangle?

It's half the area of a rectangle


What is the relationship between the area of a triangle and a rectangle?

The relationship between the area of a triangle and a rectangle is a Triangle is base times height divided by 2. Area of a rectangle is length times height.


How is the triangle formula derived from the area of rectangles?

The area of a triangle is expressed using the formula A=(1/2)(bh) Where A is area Where B is length of the base of the triangle. Where H is the height of the triangle. The area of a rectangle is A=BH, Where B is the length of the base of the rectangle. Where H is the height of the rectangle. Because a triangle, essentially, is a half of a rectangle, you find the area of the whole rectangle that the triangle comes from, then divide that in half.


Why is the area of the triangle half the base times the height?

Because a triangle is half of a rectangle. The area of a rectangle is length times width, the area of a triangle is half that.


How do you find area of a rectangle within a triangle?

It is not possible to answer the question without additional information about the triangle and the rectangle.


How is the area triangle related to the area of a rectangle?

two right triangles = full rectangle That is - if you multiply height times base of a triangle, the area will be 1/2 of a rectangle having the same height, and a width the same as the triangle base.


A triangle is within a rectangle. how to find the ratio of the area of triangle to the rectangle?

Sounds like the triangle is spread out so that (the point is at the top of the rectangle) and (the base of the triangle is the same as the base of the rectangle).Base of rectangle = base of triangleHeight of rectangle = height of triangleWrite the formulas:Area of the rectangle = (base) times (height)Area of triangle = (one half of) (base) times (height)Can you see the ratio now ?


How does area of a triangle relate to area of a rectangle?

It is not possible to provide any kind of answer without information on the relationship - if any - between the triangle and the rectangle.


For each triangle draw the other half of a rectangle. What does this mean?

The area of qa triangle is always half of the area of a rectangle with the same dimensions

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