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Q: What is the area of a triangle with base 18m and height 12m?

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10x12=120

If you mean area of a rectangle then it is 25 times 12 = 300 square m

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Its breadth is also 12m because 12 times 12 = 144 square m

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The answer is 84 because you need to multiply the height and base which is 14 and 12 which equals 168. But because the triangle is halve of a square you need to divided the answer by 2 which is 168 divided by 2 equals 84.

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Area = Base*Height So 48 = Base*12 That is, Base = 48/12 = 4 m

Base=12m Height=26m Area of Paralellogram=Base x height Area=12 x 26 Area=312m2 Hence the required area of the parallelogram is 312m2

It is not possible to answer the question about the area of a triangle given only one side and one number with no indication what that number is - an angle measure, another side length, the height or, even less helpfully, the length of a median.

Squares do not have a surface area. They simply have an area. This square's area is 144m^2

In a isosceles triangle, the altitude is also a median. If we draw the altitude, then two congruent right triangles are formed, with hypotenuse length of 12m and base length 5 m (10/2). So the length of hypotenuse, by the Pythagorean theorem is h^2 = 12^2 - 5^2 h = √(144 - 25) h = √119 h ≈ 10.9

The volume of a circular cylinder that is 7m in diameter and a height of 12m is 461.81m3

Area of a square = (length of a side)2 Area of a 12m square = (12m)2 = 144 square meters

The area of rectangle is : 96.0

It is 12m

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