Q: Area of a triangle with a 10 foot base and 8 foot height?

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First convert the base to the same kind of units you have defined the area in (but linear); 24 inches. The area of a triangle is half of the base times the height .12 (half the base) times what is 144?12, the height (altitude) of the triangle is 12 inches (one foot).

1 foot 6 inches = 1.5 feetArea of a triangle = .5(base)(height), in this case: .5(3)(1.5), which is 2.25 feet.2.25 feet is equal to 2 feet and 3 inches.

Multiply 1/2 the length of the base x the height.

Area of base X height Area of base is pi X r2 r is radius pi = 3.1416

A:We know that the area of a triangle is (1/2) * base * height. Also, we know that 1 foot = 12 inches.Implies 3 inches = 0.25 feet and 6 inches = 0.5 feet.9 feet 3 inches = 9 feet + 0.25 feet = 9.25 feet5 feet 6 inches = 5 feet + 0.5 feet = 5.5 feetArea = (1/2) * base * height.Given: Base = 9 feet 3 inches = 9.25 feet.Height = 5 feet 6 inches = 5.5 feet.Area = (1/2) * 9.25 * 5.5= (0.5) (9.25) (5.5)= 25.4375 square feet.

An equilateral triangle is baisicaly 2 30-60-90 tiangles put together. The height of the longer lg of a 30-60-90 triangle is always root 3 times the length of the shorter leg. Because the length of the shorter legs of the 2 30-60-90 triangles in the equilateral triangle is half the base, the altitude is 31/2/2*b where b is the base.

Archimedes proved that the area enclosed by a circle is equal to that of a triangle whose base has the length of the circle's circumference and whose height equals the circle's radius. Circle area therefore comes to π(pi) multiplied by the radius squared.area = (pi) * (60)2 which is the same as 3.14 * 3600 = 11304 square feet.

To find the volume you would first find the area of the triangle (in square feet.) The area of a triangle is 1/2 x base x height. If the triangle is equillateral (all sides the same length) and the sides are eight feet long, then the equation is (1/2) x (8ft) x (8ft) = 32 square feet. Then you take this area and multiply it by the depth. The depth is (3.5/12) because it is in inches rather than feet. So, your answer is 9 1/3 cubic feet.

A square foot is a measure of area - in 2-dimensional space. You have provided only one measure - a length (or height). That is not enough.A square foot is a measure of area - in 2-dimensional space. You have provided only one measure - a length (or height). That is not enough.A square foot is a measure of area - in 2-dimensional space. You have provided only one measure - a length (or height). That is not enough.A square foot is a measure of area - in 2-dimensional space. You have provided only one measure - a length (or height). That is not enough.

with area, no height needed volume:720 feet area:90 square feet perimeter:38 feet

The area of the base of a rectangular tank is 3000 square inches and the volume of the tank is 324000 cubic inches. Find the height of the tank in feet? V = Bh h = V/b h = 324,000 in3/3000 in2 h = 108 in Since 1 foot = 12 in, then 108 in are 9 ft (108/12). Thus the height of the tank is 9 ft.

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To find the volume of a cylinder, first you find the area of the circular base. The area of the circular base is pi * r2, which in this case is: .5 * .5 * pi = .25pi Then you multiply that by the height of the cylinder: .25pi * 3 = .75pi cubic feet That is the exact answer, the approximate answer is .75 * 3.141593 = 2.356 cubic feet

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There is not enough information. What is the height of the pool? The pool area is 648 square feet.

If a girl is 160cm in height, she will be just over 5 foot 2.

I think the best height for women is about 5 foot 7, 5 foot 8, 5 foot 9, and the height 5 foot 10 is also good. Every height under 5 foot 6 is too short. For men the best height is taller than 6 foot 1.

Volume = (area of base)*(height): 1 ft3 = (pi * r2)*(1 ft),So r2 = (1 ft2)/pi --> r = sqrt[(1 ft2)/pi ] = 0.56419 ft

The rules of baseball do not specify the area of the mound, only the height and the placement. In general, they are approximately a 10 foot circle.

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Volume= 3.14 multiplied by radius of base to the second power multiplied by height of cylinder

The area value is required to answer the question!!!Assume the area 1 square foot, the height is 24 feetthe area = 2 sq feet then height = 24/2 = 12 feet3 sq feet then height = 24/3 = 8 feetgenerally, the height (ft) = 24/ area value (Sq. ft)

* Calculate the volume of the storage tank (area of base x perpendicular height). * Area of the base = pi times radius squared, * so if the diameter is 10 feet, then the radius is 5 feet. * 5 times 5 times pi = 78.5 square feet. * If the height is 10 feet, then the volume is area (78.5) times height (10) = 785 cubic feet. * 1 cubic foot = 7.48 gallons, so * 785 cubic feet = (785 times 7.48) = 5871.8 gallons.