# An isosceles triangle has an altitude of 8cm. Its perimeter is 32cm. How can we find its area?

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To find the area of the isosceles triangle, you can use the formula: Area = (1/2) * base * height. Since the triangle is isosceles, you can divide the perimeter by 2 to find the length of each congruent side. Then, use the Pythagorean theorem to find the length of the base. Once you have the base and the height, plug them into the formula to find the area.

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The area of the isosceles triangle is ( 16 , \text{cm}^2 ).

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