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2(16 × 6) = 192 square feet 2(16 + 6) = 44 square feet 1 over 2.(16 × 6) = 48 square feet 1 over 2.(6 + 16) = 11 square feet -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Which equation can be used to calculate the area of the shaded triangle in the figure below? a. 2(16 × 6) = 192 square feet b.2(16 + 6) = 44 square feet c1 over 2.(16 × 6) = 48 square feet d.1 over 2.(6 + 16) = 11 square feet

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    the answer will be 48

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    The triangle shown has a base of 16 ft and a height of 6 ft. The formula for the area of a triangle is \(A = \dfrac{bh}{2} \) where b = base, and h = height. Plug in 16 ft for b and 6 ft for h and what do you get?

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    Thank you :3

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    because we based on the formula

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    yep that formula that im going to type

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