# A=1/2h(b+c)

h=8=5 and c=2. What is the value of A

What do you mean by h=8=5??

Given the formula A=1/2h(B+C)

If H=8, B=5, And C=2, what is the value of A?

If H=8 B=5 C=2, then first, you would do (B+C)= 7. Then convert 1/2 to 0.50 and multiply 0.50 by 8, and you should get 4. Now the problem has been simplified to 4(7). Do 4 x 7 and you should get 28for your answer.

## It seems like there is a confusion in your question. You mentioned that "h=8=5," which means that h is simultaneously equal to 8 and 5. However, this is not possible in traditional mathematical notation.

Assuming that h is either 8 or 5, we can evaluate the value of A by substituting the given values into the formula A = (1/2)h(b + c).

If h = 8, B = 5, and C = 2, we substitute these values into the formula:

A = (1/2)(8)(5+2) = (1/2)(8)(7) = 4(7) = 28

So, if h = 8, the value of A is 28.

Similarly, if h = 5, B = 5, and C = 2, we substitute these values into the formula:

A = (1/2)(5)(5+2) = (1/2)(5)(7) = 2.5(7) = 17.5

So, if h = 5, the value of A is 17.5.

Since there is ambiguity in the values of h provided in your question, we have provided the calculation for both scenarios.