Its area is I ^ f the product of the base times its height. Area = 1/2 times length of base (b) times height (h) . L We know the area of a rectangle is L x w, so half of this is A = 1/2 (1 x w) = 1/2 (b x h) Since we are working with multiplication, it doesna#39;t matter if we multiply length times width first before multiplying by 1/2 (or divide by 2, which is the same thing) or multiply the length by 1/2 first and then multiply byanbsp;...

Title | : | Mathematics Manual for Operators |

Author | : | Eric J. Way |

Publisher | : | Butterworth-Heinemann - 1981-12 |

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