Base of a triangle is 9 and height is 5. Base of another triangle is 10 and height is 6. Find the ratio of areas of these triangles.


Let base of the first triangle is b1 and height is h1. Let base of second triangle is b2 and height is h2.
Ratio of areas of two triangles is equal to the ratio of the products of their bases and corresponding heights.
Here b1 = 9
h1 = 5
b2 = 10
h1 = 6
Then ratio of their areas = b1×h1/b2×h2
= 9×5/10×6
= 3/4
Hence the ratio of the areas of these triangles is 3:4

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