the area of a trapezium is 120sqm if its height is 12m then the sum of its parallel side is​

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the area of a trapezium is 120sqm if its height is 12m then the sum of its parallel side is​

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Amara 1 month 2021-08-15T07:59:35+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-08-15T08:01:05+00:00

    Here is your answer mate…

    Given.:- Area = 120m^2

    Height / Altitude = 12m

    One parallel side = 10 m

    Let the other parallel side be x ,

    》 Area of trapezium = Height× (sum of parallel side) ÷2

    》 120m^2 = 12m×( 10m + x ) ÷ 2

    》 120m^2 = 60m + 6x

    》 6x = 60m – 120m

    》 6x = 60m

    》 x = 60/6

    》 x = 10m Ans.

    So, the other parallel side is 10 m.

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    2021-08-15T08:01:13+00:00

    Answer:

    Here is your answer mate…

    Given.:- Area = 120m^2

    Height / Altitude = 12m

    One parallel side = 10 m

    Let the other parallel side be x ,

    》 Area of trapezium = Height× (sum of parallel side) ÷2

    》 120m^2 = 12m×( 10m + x ) ÷ 2

    》 120m^2 = 60m + 6x

    》 6x = 60m – 120m

    》 6x = 60m

    》 x = 60/6

    》 x = 10m Ans.

    So, the other parallel side is 10 m.

    Hope it will help you…

    If you find it appropriate then mark it as brainliest..☆

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