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Find the area of the triangle

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|dw:1355808654813:dw|
what is the 12cm?
height?

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then what is 48 cm?
the base ?
A= 1/2 ( 48 x 12 ) ???
this triangle is impossible. if 48 is the base the hypotenuse cannot be less than 48
so no solution again r u fo show?????????????
wait. can u tell me what each of the four lengths are so i can make sure?
look at the diagram
there's four lengths. a triangle only has three.
The question is the height is the height to which side?
|dw:1355808942077:dw| ^ this is possible
what thats not even the same problem
i just got rid of the 48 and flipped the triangle
area of a triangle is 1/2bh, so 1/2 (27)(12) that gives you what?
so i assume the 48 is just extra? in that case @BrittanyFrench7 is correct. A = 162 cm ^2
yupp! :)

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