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a triangle is equal to a rectangle which measures 10cm by9cm. if the base of the triangle is 12cm long,find its altitude

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  1. LxW=bx(altitude)/2
    10x9=(12xaltitude)/2
    90=6xaltitude....
    divide :)

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