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basic concepts area and perimeter. The perimeter of a triangle is the measure around the triangle = a + b + c . To find the area of a triangle:. The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to . the base. To find the area of a triangle:.

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**basic concepts**area and perimeter**The perimeter of a triangle is the measure around the**triangle = a + b + c**To find the area of a triangle:**The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to the base**To find the area of a triangle:**The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to the base**The area of this rectangle is**height x base To find the area of a triangle: The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to the base**The area of this rectangle is**height x base The area of the triangle is ½ the area of the rectangle To find the area of a triangle: The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to the base**The area of this rectangle is**height x base The area of the triangle is ½ the area of the rectangle h Area of triangle = ½ h b b To find the area of a triangle: The height = the perpendicular distance from the opposite vertex to the base**area = ½ ( 4 )( 7 ) = 14 square units**area = ½ ( 3 )( 6 ) = 9 square units area = ½ ( h )( b ) area = ½ ( 5 )( 9 ) = 22 ½ square units

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