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# If the area of a trapezium with parallel sides of length 30 cm and 23 cm respectively is 265 sq cm, what is its height?

Answer :

Given:

Area of trapezium = 265 sq cm.

Length of one parallel side = 30 cm

Length of the other parallel side = 23 cm

Sum of parallel side = (30 + 23) = 53 cm

Height =

⇒ Height = 10 cm

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