anonymous
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)Dawn is making an abstract painting with two triangles. The dimensions of the painting are shown below: Two triangles share the same height of 8 inches. One triangle has a base of 6 inches and the other is 10 inches. The total area of the two triangles is _____ square inches.
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anonymous
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I got 480 inch I want someone to check my answer :3 I will fan and medal
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mathstudent55
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mathstudent55
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You can do this 2 ways. 1. Calculate the area of each triangle and add them together. \(A = \dfrac{bh}{2} \) \(A = \dfrac{6 \times 8}{2} + \dfrac{10 \times 8}{2} = 24 + 40 = 64 in.^2\)
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yep the answer will be 64
mathstudent55
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2. Calculate the area of the big triangle. \(A = \dfrac {bh}{2} = \dfrac{(6 + 10)8}{2} = \dfrac{16 \times 8}{2} = 64 ~in.^2\)\)
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Ok thank you

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