maths
posted by vaibhav .
the area of a triangled triangle is 40 times its base.what is its height?

40(base)=(1/2)(base)(height)
80(base)=(base)(height)
Divide by base and they both drop out
80=height
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

maths please help
how do you find the isoperimetric quotient of an n sided figure? 
math
ABC is a rightangled triangle atB. AB=(3x+2)cm and BC=2CM.GIVEN THAT THE AREA OF THE TRIANGLE IS 85CM SQUARE FIND THE VALUE OF X. Say that the height= 3x+2 base= 2 Area of a triangle equals 1/2 base times height so... (1/2) of the … 
geometry
the area of a triangle is 338 square yards. the height of the triangle is four times its base find the height and base of the triangle 
Math problem
The area of a triangle is equal to 1/2 the hight times the base. A triangle has a height of 10 and a base of 20. If the height of the triangle is increased by 10% and the base is decreased by 10%, then the area of the new triangle … 
honors algebra
the area of a triangle is 105 square feet. the height is two more than four times the base. find the base and height of the triangle 
Calculus / Rates of Change
An isosceles triangle has a base that is 1.5 times the height. If the area is increasing at 9cm2/s, how fast is the height increasing when it is 12 cm high? 
Algebra
Shirley is drawing triangles that have the same area. The base of each triangle varies inversely with the height. What are the possible base and height of a second triangle if the first triangle's base is 12 and its height is 8? 
geometry
the area of a triangle is 27 square feet. its height is three times the length of its base. find the height and base of the triangle. i am unsure of how to set it up, please help 
algebra
To find the area of a triangle, you can use the expression b times h divided by 2, where b is the base of the triangle and h its height. what is the area of a triangle with a base of 6 and a height of 8? 
Algebra  PLEASE HELP!
Can you PLEASE help me with this problem?