A triangle of base 14 units has the same area asa circle that has a redius of 14 units, what is the height of the triangle?
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If h is the height of the triangle its area is ½(14h)=7h.

The area of the circle is 14²π=196π, so 7h=196π, h=196π/7=28π (about 88 units).

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