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Plot and connect the points A(2, 5), B(6, 1), and C(-4, 1), and find the area of the triangle formed. A)18 square units B)40 square units C)20 square units D)36 square units

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  1. anonymous
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    will fan and medel

  2. anonymous
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    @Fluttershyness

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  4. anonymous
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    So thats the graph

  5. anonymous
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    just forgot to connect the dots

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  7. anonymous
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    and now we need to find the area of the triangle

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    yea so just copy that on there

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  11. anonymous
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    thats the area of a triangle

  12. anonymous
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    20 square units

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  14. anonymous
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    There you go cx

  15. anonymous
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    ty

  16. anonymous
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    Your welcome c:

  17. anonymous
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    can u help me with a few more

  18. anonymous
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    Sure, they seem pretty easy

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    k

  21. anonymous
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    ok so how to find the base, the base is the bottom part and you count the units

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    |dw:1433452815744:dw|

  24. anonymous
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    So the base would be 5 units

  25. anonymous
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    Weirdly, your triangle has a 5 unit base to lol

  26. anonymous
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    ty lol i get it now

  27. anonymous
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    So you know how to count the height also? c:

  28. anonymous
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    your answer would be 25 units, because your height is 10. so 10*5*.5=25 units cx

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    yes i did i need help on this one its harder

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  31. anonymous
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    base is 4, height is 7

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    7*4=28

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    ty

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    ...

  35. anonymous
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    hold on lol cx

  36. anonymous
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    kk

  37. anonymous
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    42 square units

  38. anonymous
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    ty but it wasnt no worries

  39. anonymous
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    yea that one is kinda tricky

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    @Michele_Laino

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