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A triangle has base 13 feet and an altitude of 7 feet. What is its area.

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  1. (1/2)x13x7 = 45.5 square feet

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  2. To find the area of a triangle, use this formula: Area = 1/2 base * height.

    A = 1/2bh

    A = 1/2 * 13 * 7
    A = ?

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