Find the Area trapezoid (9.2)(6.8)(7.7)

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b1=9.2b2=6.8h=7.7
The area of a trapezoid is equal to 12 times the height times the sum of the bases b1+b2.
12⋅(height)⋅(b1+b2)
Substitute the values of the height h=7.7 and bases (b1=9.2 and b2=6.8) into the formula for the area of a trapezoid.
12⋅7.7⋅(9.2+6.8)
Combine 12 and 7.7.
7.72⋅(9.2+6.8)
Simplify the expression.
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Divide 7.7 by 2.
3.85⋅(9.2+6.8)
Add 9.2 and 6.8.
3.85⋅16
Multiply 3.85 by 16.
61.6
61.6
Find the Area trapezoid (9.2)(6.8)(7.7)

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