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    Red face geometrical relationships question need help

    I have two triangles and they are isosceles both of them
    and every side of the two triangles are parallel and we have the length of the base for the two of them the first base is 6 m
    and the second is 2 m
    we need to find the area of the both
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    I'm not sure you have enough information there. Do you have an angle?
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    no i dont have any angle and i am sure that i am not missing any info
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    Sorry Mr Brain but there are an infinte number of similar triangles which share those properties. With out another piece of information I dont see any way of solving your problem.
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    thx any way man I appraised your help
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