Posted by **Jane** on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 11:15am.

Sorry, Reiny, I copied the 2nd choice incorrectly.

I had posted this problem with you before and the answer given that was not equalalent to A=1/2/bh was

2b =A/h.

The problem is: A = 1/2bh, which is not equivalent?

Choices: 2A =bh, h=2A/b, 2b=A/h, b=2A/h

When I got my test back 2b=A/h was the answer that was not equivalent to A=1/2bh. Did I make a mistake or was their answer incorrect?

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