# The area of a triangle varies jointly as the base and the height.

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The area of a triangle varies jointly as the base and the height....

Answers: 1

The area of a triangle varies jointly as the base and the height....

a= kbh

Step-by-step explanation:

a=kbh

where:

a is the area

k is the constant

b is the base

h is the height

answer:

120 m²

Step-by-step explanation:

To find the area of a triangle, you need to do the formula where b is base and h is height.

To prove this correct, get the previous base 4 and pervious height 8 and multiply it, getting 32. So, do and you get 16 m² as promised.

To find the area if the base is 24 m and height is 10 m, do 24*10=240/2=120 m².

Hope it helps!

answer:

sana makatulong?

Step-by-step explanation:

thank you!

t=kbh

Step-by-step explanation:

Multiply the base and height

24 m x 10 m = 240 m^2

Missing area is 35

36 = k (8)(9)

36 = k 72

36/72 = k 72/72

½ = k

A = (½)(10)(7)

A = (½)(70)

A = 35

ANSWER: A = 35