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Genuario849
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Work out the area of a triangle of base 7.5m And height 6cm! Please and thanks beforehand!❤️

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BettieZumbrunnen

You're welcome and don't mention it, beforehand. There's so little to this problem, and it will do you so much more good to work it out yourself, that I'm just going to point you in the right direction and give you a little push:  The area of a triangle is half of the product of its base and height.                      A  =  (1/2) (base) (height) I know you know what the base and height are, because you just told them to US.              Base = 7.5m  = 750 cm              Height = 6 cm. Write those numbers in the formula in place of the words:                 A  =  (1/2) (base) (height)                 A  =  (1/2) (750 cm) (6 cm) . Do that multiplication, and you've got your area. Don't forget to keep the units when you multiply, so that the answer is in units of  cm² . The answer may be a big number, and you may want to change it to  meter²  instead of  cm², to make it a smaller number. If you do that, remember that          1 meter = 100 cm           1 meter² = (1 meter) · (1 meter)                          =  (100 cm) · (100 cm)                          =      10,000 cm² 

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