Solve for b2:A= 1/2h (b1+b2)
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A = 1/2h(b1+b2)
Multiply both sides by 2
2A = h(b1+b2)
Multiply both sides by 1/h
2A/h = b1+b2
Add -b1 to both sides
2A/h + -b1 = b2
Answer:
b2 = 2A/h - b1
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