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look in attachment need help pls!!!

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    its two rectangles and a quarter of a circle. if you know the formula to find the area of a rectangle and you know 1/4 times the formula to find the area of the circle, you are good to go

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    A) 46ft B) 49 ft C)56ft D) 75ft

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    is it D?

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    no it is not, dont just guess it, add up the two rectangles and then figure out a quarter of the circle. area for a circle is A=pi*r^2 your r is3.5 and you have to remember to divide your area of the circle by 4 before adding it to the other rectangles

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    10.5 and 7,...38.5 is the area

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    correcT??????????????????

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