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Posted by **michelle** on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 3:56pm.

Answer:

Area of triangle is ½*b*h

B=5x

H=1732x

A=1/2*5x*1732x=4330x^2

A=L*W

L=2x-1

W=x+12

A=(2x-1)*(x+12)

A=2x^+24x-x-12=2x^2+23x-12

I need to know if this is done correctly.

- Algebra -
**Henry**, Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 6:08pmEverything looked good up to and

including your calculation of the

area of the triangle. The other work dosen't seem to be related to the

problem. Take a close look at the

question. When you answer the question

the problem is solved.

YOUR cal: A = 4330X^2 sq. in.

General Eq: A = ax^2. a is a constant.

You might get different opinions on

this one.

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