## UnbelievableDreams one year ago Need help with a math question

1. UnbelievableDreams

express the area A of a right triangle as a function of the height h if the base of the triangle is twice its height?

2. UnbelievableDreams

A(__) = ____ I wrote A(b)=2h, is it correct?

3. campbell_st

so is the height is h then the base is 2h the area formula is $A = \frac{1}{2} \times b \times h$ so make the substitution for the base and it becomes $A = \frac{1}{2} \times 2h \times h$ simplify this and you get A(h) =

4. UnbelievableDreams

A(h)= h^2 ?

5. anonymous