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1. Hello,

A right angled triangle has an area of 11 cm^2.
The width of the triangle is n+4cm.
The hight is 9 cm less than the width.
Find the value of n.

I dunno how to write the value of the hight ?? Can someone help me ?
It's 3 mark question.

Thanx
2. The height is 9cm less than the width, so the height is (n+4 - 9) which would equal (n-5).
The equation for the area of the triangle would be (n+4)x(n-5) / 2 = 11.
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Full solutions are against the forum guidelines

Not only that but the OP asked for one line of help - if you had stopped at the end of your first line your post would have been a useful one
4. (Original post by TenOfThem)
Full solutions are against the forum guidelines

Not only that but the OP asked for one line of help - if you had stopped at the end of your first line your post would have been a useful one
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