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Question13Correct6.25 points outof 6.25The height of a triangular truss is 5 ft less than the base. The amount ofdrywall needed to cover the triangular area is 84 ft. Find the base andheight of the triangle to the nearest tenth of a foot.Question14Correct6.25 points outof 6.25An open box is formed from a rectangular piece of cardboard that is longer than it is wide, by removing squares of side from each cornerand folding up the sides. If the volume of the carton is then 336 in, whatwere the dimensions of the original piece of cardboard?Solve the problem. The height of a triangular truss is 5 ft less than the base. The amount ofdrywall needed to cover the triangular area is 84 ft. Find the base andheight of the triangle to the nearest tenth of a foot.Select one:a. base = 15.9 ft; height = 10.9 ftb. base = 21 ft; height = 16 ftc. base = 12 ft; height = 7 ftd. base = 15.7 ft; height = 10.7 ftThe correct answer is: base = 15.7 ft; height = 10.7 ft
Solve the problem. An open box is formed from a rectangular piece of cardboard that is longer than it is wide, by removing squares of side from each cornerand folding up the sides. If the volume of the carton is then 336 in, whatwere the dimensions of the original piece of cardboard?
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