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Sam is determining the area of a triangle. In this triangle, the value for the height is a terminating decimal, and the value for the base is a repeating decimal. What can be concluded about the area of this triangle? A.The area will be irrational because the height is irrational. B.The area is irrational because the numbers in the formula are irrational and the numbers substituted into the formula are rational. C.The area is rational because the numbers in the formula are rational and the numbers substituted into the formula are rational. D. The area will be rational because both the heig

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