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30 m2 c. 5 m2 d. 60 m2 e. 65 m2 24 501 Measurement and Conversion Questions 48. 5 ft, what is the area of the triangle? a. 6 ft b. 8 ft2 c. 2 ft2 d. 7 ft2 e. 6 ft2 49. A patio is in the shape of an equilateral triangle. If the length of one side is 4 m, what is the area of the patio to the nearest tenth? a. 8 m2 b. 9 m2 c. 8 m2 d. 9 m2 e. none of these 50. What is the area of the ﬁgure below? 42 m 40 m a. b. c. d. e. 1,680 m2 256 m2 840 m2 82 m2 cannot be determined 51. Given a triangle with a base of 16 inches and an area of 44 square inches, what is the height?
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