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GeometryQ&A Library11.) Which of the following does NOT have an area of 40 ft2? a. a right triangle with legs 16 feet and 5 feet b. a trapezoid with bases 4 feet and 6 feet, and height of 4 feet c. an acute triangle with base 8 feet and height 10 feet d. a parallelogram with a base of 8 feet, side length 4.5 feet, and height of 5 feetStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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11.) Which of the following does NOT have an area of 40 ft^{2}?

a. a right triangle with legs 16 feet and 5 feet

b. a trapezoid with bases 4 feet and 6 feet, and height of 4 feet

c. an acute triangle with base 8 feet and height 10 feet

d. a parallelogram with a base of 8 feet, side length 4.5 feet, and height of 5 feet

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