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Find the area of the triangle. (Points : 2) 135 in2 175.5 in2 210.6 in2 270.2 in2 @ryan123345

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what is the formula for area of triangle?
I REALLY suggest you should first study the theory part before doing the questions, How can you expect to get the answer when you donteven have an elementary knowledge on the topic ?? Otherwise it will be wastage of time trying to get your questions done here .. ....If you really consider what I adviced you ,you will later understand that you said a big blunder above for my question .so ALL the Best ..make a thorough study of basics!
@AravindG no, i think shes ready for calc.
y=mx+b is area of triangle????
do you expect such a student to be ready for calculus?

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