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Find the area of a triangle whose altitude is 7 ft & whose base is 22 ft.

Complete each sentence.

Can anyone help me....

Isn't the area of a triangle 1/2 the base times the altitude?

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    yes it is...technically, it is a=1/2 base time height

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