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I know that for a trapezium a =
, b =
, c =
, d =
and h =
. From this find out
Perimeter
Area
of the trapezium.
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Trapezium Formula
Area Formula
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Area of Trapezium
Area
`(A) = h/2 (a + b)`
Perimeter
`(P) = a + b + c + d`
Example :
I know that for a trapezium a = 22 , b = 18 , c = 16 , d = 16 and h = 4 . From this find out Area of the trapezium.
`"Here " a=22, b=18, c=16, d=16, h=4" (Given)"`
`"Perimeter" = a + b + c + d`
` = 22 + 18 + 16 + 16 `
` = 72`
`"Area" = (a + b) * h/2`
` = (22 + 18) * 4/2`
` = 80`
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