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please click my attachment to see my question and olease help me

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  1. anonymous
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    where's the attachment?

  2. anonymous
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    wait a second please

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    did you see it now

  4. anonymous
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    yes, so find the area of one triangle and multiply that by 2. then find the area of one rectangle and multiply that by 3. then add those two values together. do you know how to find the area of each or are you having trouble with part of that and which part?

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    i dont know how to find the area of each

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    triangle is 1/2 times base times height, the base is 24ft and the height is 9ft. rectangle is width times length, width is 15ft and length is 30ft.

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    hellooooooo

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    hi, plug in the numbers

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    k so all of it gave me total of 1836 is it right

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    no, did you multiply the triangle value by 2 and the rectangle value by 3? then add them together?

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    what did it gave you

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    i got 1566 ft^2

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