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Find the area of each figure with the given dimensions

Trapeziod: b1 = 6,b2=10, h=5

Trapeziod: b1= 4.5, b2= 8, h=6.7

I wasn't in school the day we studied this, and i am only in 7th grade!

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    the formula for area of a trapezoid is A = h (b1 + b2) all over 2. So, for the first trapezoid, you would have:
    5 (6 + 10) / 2 = 40. For the second trapezoid, you would have:
    6.7 (4.5 + 8)/ 2 = 94.6375

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    5-2

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    Why is a parallelagram never a trapezoid

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