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How do I find the area of a face given that the large rectangle is 400in by 255, nose (square) = 55 in on one side, eyes (circle) have diameters of 21in, mouth (isoceles triangle) height=27in base=94in. (The nose,eyes, and mouth aren't included in the area)

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  1. Hero
    • 4 years ago
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    Area of Big Rectangle minus area of eyes, nose, and mouth

  2. Hero
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    Get it?

  3. anonymous
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    Sorry lol I just saw your reply so I would take 400(255)- \[\pi\]r^2- 1/2(27)(94)? How would I find the area of the square given that only one side of the square is 55inches?

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    Area of a square = s^2 = 55^2

  5. anonymous
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    Ahh I see! i'll work it out from here! Thank you so much!

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