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Trapezoid Problems - base1, base2, height and area

Objective: I know how to solve trapezoid problems involving base1, base2, height and area.

Given that side b1 is parallel to side b2 and h is the vertical height between b1 and b2, the area of the trapezoid is given by the formula:

A =

Read the lesson on area of trapezoid if you need to learn how to calculate the area of a trapezoid.


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Find the missing measurement of each trapezoid.
(Remember to include the relevant unit or square unit in your answer)

height = 6 cm
b1 = 15 cm
b2 = 22 cm
area =

height = 17 mm
b1 = 28 mm
b2 =
area = 314.5 square mm

height = 12 mm
b1 =
b2 = 28 mm
area = 270 square mm

height =
b1 = 19 mm
b2 = 10 mm
area = 232 square mm

height = 26 mm
b1 =
b2 = 7 mm
area = 442 square mm

height = 29.7 m
b1 = 28.1 m
b2 =
area = 534.6 square m

height =
b1 = 17.2 cm
b2 = 27.6 cm
area = 145.6 square cm

height = 6 mm
b1 = 17 mm
b2 = 19 mm
area =

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