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**Answer:**

∆B is twice the area of ∆A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Let say the height and base of ∆A=2

So the base of ∆B is same which is 2

And height of ∆B is twice (2*2) = 4

area of triangle = ½* base * height

∆A = ½* 2 * 2 = 2

∆B = ½ * 2* 4 = 4

: . ∆B is twice the area of ∆A

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