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Q: What is the area of a triangle with a base of 10cm and a height of 15cm?

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Area = 1/2 * base * height Area = 1/2(10 cm)(15 cm) = 75 cm2 ======

This cant be answer because we need to know which is the height and which is the length .

Total SA = 1,256.6 cm2

60 cm2

The area of triangle is : 60.0

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Area = 1/2 * base * height Area = 1/2(10 cm)(15 cm) = 75 cm2 ======

The area of a triangle is BH/2(base times height divided by two)so you plug in you numbers(10cm*15cm)/2and you get 75 cm^2

Half the base times the height = 15cm2

Area of the triangle = 0.5*base*height = 0.5*10*15 = 75 square cm Area of the rectangle = base*height = 10*15 = 150 square cm

55 square centimeters

45 square cm

15 square cm

The area is 40cm2

The area of any triangle is (1/2) x (length of the base) x (height). We're sure you can take it from there.

Area = 1/2*14*15 = 105 square cm

Area = 0.5*3.4*15 = 25.5 square cm

60 sq cm

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