# Chapter 6 - 6.7 - Applications and Models - 6.7 Exercises - Page 494: 13

$$h=3.00$$

#### Work Step by Step

For an isosceles triangle, given the base angle, $\theta$, we know that the height is: $$h=.5btan\theta \\ h =.5(6)tan(45^{\circ})\\ h=3.00$$

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