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Given the following measurements for trapezoid ABCD, what is the area?

BC = 2 cm
Height = 5 cm

1. 8 square centimeters
2. 15 square centimeters
3. 10 square centimeters
4. 30 square centimeters
Why would you use the formula A = bh?
1. To get the area of a triangle
2. To get the area of a circle
3. To get the area of a parallelogram
4. To get the perimeter of a square
Which of the following has the largest area?
A circle with a diameter of 10 inches
A rectangle that measures 12 inches by 11 inches
A circle with a radius of 6 inches
A square that is 11 inches on each side
1. Circle with a diameter of 10 inches
2. Rectangle that measures 12 inches by 11 inches
3. Circle with a radius of 6 inches
4. Square that is 11 inches on each side
The trapezoid pictured has a height of 3 cm. The first base is 5 cm and the second base is 3 cm. What is the area?
1. 21 square centimeters
2. 12 square centimeters
3. 120 Square centimeters
4. 210 Square centimeters
What is the area of a triangle with height 8 inches and base 2 inches?
1. 8 square inches
2. 2 square inches
3. 16 square inches
4. 6 square inches
The length of each side of a square is 5 meters. If the lengths of the sides of the square are doubled, which statement is true about the new area of the square?
1. The new area is 2 times the old area.
2. The new area is 4 times the old area.
3. The new area is 5 times the old area.
4. The new area is 10 times the old area.
1. $6pi$
2. $9pi$
3. $24pi$
4. $36pi$
1. $4pi$
2. $8pi$
3. $16pi$
4. $64pi$