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Hi Alissa Calderon.
I did not understand exactly what you want. But it seems to me that you may be wanting to find the 'area' of a 'trapezoid'. Is that it?
Well, if that is the case, you can see the formula in the picture added below. You can also write "area of a trapezoid?" in Google and it will open a windows where you can insert the length of the bases and the height of the trapezoid and it will calculate the are for you.
Hope you may find this answer helpful!
Miguel L. Martins
Posted on Dec 13, 2017
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