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Suppose you are trying to find the height of a triangle given the area and the length of the base. Rewrite the area formula below to solve for the height of the triangle.

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  1. BillyBobJoe
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    \[A = \frac{ 1 }{ 2 } bh\]

  2. BillyBobJoe
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    What steps do I take to solve this?

  3. littlepixie99
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    so if you times both sides by two...

  4. littlepixie99
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    2a=bh

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    then divide both sides by b...

  6. littlepixie99
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    2a/b=h

  7. BillyBobJoe
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    Thanks, bud. c:

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