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# What is the height of a triangle whose base is 9.4 centimeters and whose area is 132.54 square meters?

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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic

### What is the Surface area of isosceles triangle?

Ok to find the area of an isosceles triangle:
Find the height first, to do this use this formula:
Height = Square root ( one side square - half the base
square)
Now that you have the height you can calculate the area by the
use of this formula:
Area = (1/2)(base)(height)
This will give you the surface area of an isosceles
triangle.
Lets do an example:
You have a triangle that has two sides that measure 24 meters
and a base of 20 meters.
Using the formula above for height you will get a height of 21.8
meters
Now use the formula above to find the area and it will give you
an area of 218 meters square

###### Asked in Geometry

### Which triangle has the greater area triangle A has base 13 m and height 5 m and triangle B has base 9 m and height 8 m?

Triangle B
The area of a triangle is the length of the base times the
height divided by two.
Triangle A has base 13 m and height 5 m so we have (13 * 5) / 2
= 32.5 square meters.
Triangle B has base 9 m and height 8 m so we have (9 * 8) /2 =
36 square meters.
Therefore Triangle B has the greater area.