# Trapezoid + Heron's formula - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 5

• Four sides of trapezoid
Trapezoid is given by length of four sides: 40.5 42.5 52.8 35.0. Calculate its area.
• Trapezoid
Calculate the area of trapezoid ABCD with sides |AD|= 68 cm, |DC|=35 cm, |CB|=12 cm, |AB|=35 cm..
• Four sides of trapezoid
Calculate the area of the ABCD trapezoid with sides a = 65 cm, b = 29 cm, c = 40 cm, d = 36 cm
• Trapezoid - hard example
Base of the trapezoid are: 24, 16 cm. Diagonal 22, 26 cm. Calculate its area and perimeter.
• One trapezium
One trapezium has AB=24M, BC=36M, CD=80M, DA=80M long sides. Find the area.

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