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  1. razor99
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    find the area|dw:1327370406331:dw|

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  2. rld613
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    is this a 3d box?

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  3. razor99
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    no heHe

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    so what is it a picture of?

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    its a trapizium

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  6. rld613
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    Cant help u with this one cuz i dont know what trapizium is but like maybe ask akshay

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    okay if i give the formulae would u know

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  8. Akshay_Budhkar
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    yes give me the formula of a trapezium, my weary brain doesnt seem to remember it :P

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  9. Akshay_Budhkar
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    btw the question is easy, u need to add up the areas of the rectangle and the trapezium

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    |dw:1327371381469:dw|

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    so if u can find the area of the rectangle \[length \times breadth\] and use the formula of the trapezium to find the area u just need to add the two areas

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    okay

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    no the confusing part is the miter and the centimeter

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  14. Akshay_Budhkar
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    lol that is not possible, in your diagram the longer side is 7cm and the shorter is 3m.. u probably made an error in copying the units

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    the question has to be in the same units as far as my thoughts are concerned. can u please verify the problem again?

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  16. razor99
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    oh i was mistaken is aw it as a centimeter

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  17. Akshay_Budhkar
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    so u r fine now right? :D

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    okay

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  19. Akshay_Budhkar
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    so can i go ? lol.. if u need anything jus lemme know

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  20. razor99
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    so the answre is 28

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  21. Akshay_Budhkar
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    15 + 16 = 31

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    length X breadth = 3 times 5 =15

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  23. Akshay_Budhkar
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    area of trapezium = (3+5)/2 X4 = 16

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    tanx

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    yw

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