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need help showing my work with question below. (answer)

The easiest way to solve the problem is to plot all the given points in the coordinate plane. You will notice that the figure formed is a trapezoid whose bases have lengths 6 and units, respectively, and whose height is 10 units. By applying the formula for Area of a trapezoid: A = (1/2)(b1...

A=bh A=45b=15 (answer)

  In any parallelogram or rectangle, the area (A) is the product of its base (b) and height (h). You just need to exactly substitute any given from the information. So, if A = 45, b= 15, and A = bh, then                                    ...