The area of a triangle whose height is 1 more than 6 times its base is 13 square feet. If the base of the triangle is x feet, which equation models this situation?

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The area of a triangle whose height is 1 more than 6 times its base is 13 square feet. If the base of the triangle is x feet, which equation models this situation?

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\(A=\frac{1}{2}bh\) base = b = x How would you write "1 more than 6 times \(x\)"
6^2 I assume by my answer choices
you don't have to assume. translate the words to symbols. "times" is self explanatory. What does "1 more than" mean? If you want 1 more than something, are you adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing?

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ok so what does "1 plus 6 times x" look like?
7x?
im confused badly im sorry
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so the height of the triangle is \(1+6x\)
So putting that into the area formula \(A=\frac{1}{2}bh\) \(13=\frac{1}{2}x(1+6x)\)
its asking for an equation to model the situation how would I find that
that is the modeling equation
the equation you made was not an answer choice
They might want it in a particular format, so you may have to multiply or move terms to the other side
I think they want the expanded form
distribute ½x, and maybe subtract the 13
I cant find any matching ways
I'm in the dark here. I don't know what you got and I don't know what they're looking for. Put that up and we'll see what matches. post a pic of the question if you can
i mean a pic of the options
I found it out thank you peach your a saint
you're welcome

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