If you copied this problem out of a book, I recommend you get a new book. If the length of the side of an equilateral triangle is 17, the height is not 14.5. It is (sqrt(3)/2) * (length of side), or about .8660254 times 17, or about 14.722.

I suppose you could argue that this is also a question involving logic: If the premise is false, any conclusion can be drawn. The height of the given triangle is not 14.5, so any of the answers is right.

I suppose you could argue that this is also a question involving logic: If the premise is false, any conclusion can be drawn. The height of the given triangle is not 14.5, so any of the answers is right.