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Homework Help: Quadratic Equations

Posted by purpletree on Sunday, March 29, 2009 at 12:57pm.

The height of a triangle is 1 in. more than twice the base. Find the base and the height if the area of the triangle is 52-1/2 sq in. (Please provide steps/explanation to solve this problem.)

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