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# The base of an isosceles right angled triangle is 30 cm. Find its area.

Hint:

### In right angle isosceles, base and height are equal

## The correct answer is: 450 cm2

### It is given that Base of the triangle = 30 cm

We know that in a right isosceles triangle, base and height are equal and hypotenuse is the third side.

So, Area of the triangle =

= 450 cm^{2}

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