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A school crossing sign has the dimensions shown. The sign can be thought of as a composite figure of a rectangle and a triangle, or two identical trapezoids. The area of the sign is ____ in2. (Enter only the number.)

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    15*30=450 for the area of the lower rectangle portion of the sign (15*30)/2=225 for the area of the upper triangle portion of the sign 450+225=675 in^2 is the area of the sign

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