Posted by **Brandi** on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 6:51pm.

I have the problem:

A triangle has a base of 3.6 cm and an area of 22.32 cm squared. What is the height of this triangle. The teacher gave us the answer key and I know the answer is 12.4 but I don't know how they came to that answer. I can't figure out how you are supposed to solve it. Thanks...

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