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Problem 6.2 In A-D, make your drawings on centimeter grid paper. Remember that cm is the abbreviation for centimeters, and cm 2 is the abbreviation for square centimeters.

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Part A Draw a triangle with a base of 5 cm and a height of 6 cm. Then try to draw a different triangle with these same dimensions. Do the triangles have the same area? If you couldnt draw a different triangle, explain why.

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Part B Draw a triangle with an area of 15 cm 2. Then try to draw a different triangle with an area of 15 cm 2. Do the triangles have the same perimeter? If you couldnt draw a different triangle, explain why.

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Part C Draw a triangle with sides of length 3 cm, 4 cm, and 5 cm. Then try to draw a different triangle with these same side lengths. Do the triangles have the same area? If you couldnt draw a different triangle, explain why.

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Part D A right triangle is a triangle that has a right angle. Draw a right triangle with a 30 o angle. Then try to draw a different right triangle with a 30 o angle. Do the triangles have the same area? If you couldnt draw a different triangle, explain why.

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