Monday, March 20, 2006

Allison's Growing Geometry Post

To find the rectangle's area you need to multiply the width and length.
A=LxW
A=7x4
A=28



To find an area of a triangle you have to multiply the height and the base. You have to find the right angle to find it's height. When it's multiplied it needs to be divided by two.
A= 1/2 BxH
A= 1/2 7x4
A= 1/2 28
A= 14



The relationship between the area of a triangle and the area of a rectangle is that every triangle is half of a rectangle.
-couldn't get my pictures in




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