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What is the area of the triangle 10cm ,8cm and 6cm

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A triangle with side a: 11, side b: 8, and side c: 7 cm has an area of 27.93cm2

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Q: What is the area of a triangle with 11cm 8cm 7cm?

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88cm2, but it's a rectangle, not a square.

It is either a triangle on a curved surface or a polygon with 4 or more sides.

60 cm2

12 square cm

No because the dimensions given relate to an isosceles triangle.

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

A triangle with side a: 8, side b: 11, and side c: 15 cm has an area of 42.85 square cm.

It is impossible to get a triangle with the side lengths 14cm, 3cm and 8cm 14cm itself is larger than the sum of two other lengths (3cm + 8cm = 11cm).

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

88cm2, but it's a rectangle, not a square.

11 x 8 = 88

The area for a 7cm by 8cm is 56.

The area of triangle is : 24.0

It is: 7+8+12 = 27 cm

The lengths of the sides of any shape, other than a triangle or regular polygon do not provide enough information to calculate the area. In the same way that a square can be flexed into a rhombus and the rhombus can then be flattened so that its area changes, the information given in the question is not adequate.

The area of triangle is : 24.0

The area of triangle is : 44.0