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The table given below contains some measures of the right angled triangle. Find the unknown values. Base Height Area ? 12 m 24 square metre - Mathematics

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The table given below contains some measures of the right angled triangle. Find the unknown values.

Base Height Area
? 12 m 24 sq.m
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Solution

Area of the right triangle = `1/2 xx ("base" xx "height")  "unit"^2`

24 = `1/2 xx "b" xx 12  "m"^2`

Base = `(24 xx 2)/12` m

= 4 m

Base = 4 m

Tabulating the unknown values

Base Height Area
4 m 12 m 24 sq.m
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Chapter 3: Perimeter and Area - Exercise 3.1 [Page 51]

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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi Class 6th Mathematics Term 3 Answers Guide
Chapter 3 Perimeter and Area
Exercise 3.1 | Q 3. iii) | Page 51

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