# algerba

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A triangle has base 11 feet (ft) & an altitude of 8 ft. Find its area.

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Area = 1/2bh

Multiply the base times the height (altitude) and divide by 2.

What do you get?

• algerba -

Triangle Area = (1/2)x(base)x(height)
Do the numbers; remember the formula

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M=-5,(0,5)

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