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# Area of a triangle with base of 26.5 and perpendicular height of 35m?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### July 12, 2007 2:24PM

Answer:

We know that the area of the triangle is ½ *breadth *height.

Given: The height of the triangle is 35 m and the base of the triangle is 26.5

Therefore the area = ½ (26.5*35)

= ½ (927.5)

= 463.75

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