Posted by **Anna** on Wednesday, January 5, 2011 at 7:00pm.

okay theirs 2 parts to this problem:

(by the way i already did part 1)

1. construct a table of the areas of triangles all of which have bases 6 in. long,but whose altitude are respectively 2 in.,6in.,10 in.,and 14 in.

draw a graph to represent given in this table.(this is where i need help) i dont have a clue!

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