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anonymous
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can you post a better picture??
anonymous
  • anonymous
YES ONE MINUTE .

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anonymous
  • anonymous
DO you want to know answer from one to five?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yES,
Mertsj
  • Mertsj
1. Find the area of the rectangle and subtract the triangle: 25(11)-1/2(14)(11)=275-77=198
anonymous
  • anonymous
Better ?
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Mertsj
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2. Find the area of the rectangle and add the half circle whose radius is 2: 4(5)+1/2pi(2)^2=20+2 pi=26.28
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes. 1. (25x11)-11(0.5)(14) 2.(4x5)+pi(2^2)(0.5)
anonymous
  • anonymous
3.(28+7+7)(14)(0.5)+0.5(pi)(7^2)
Mertsj
  • Mertsj
3. Find the area of the trapezoid and add the area of the half circle whose radius is 7: 1/2(14+28)(14)+1/2 pi (7)^2=294+76.93=370.93
anonymous
  • anonymous
4.(10)(4)(0.5)+(10)(4)(0.5)
anonymous
  • anonymous
OsmondF, IF i post another one can you help me ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
5.(4)(3)(0.5)+(6)(3) sure^^
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks.
anonymous
  • anonymous
when i look at this kind of questions, i always draw graph to clear them up.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This one !!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
from one to five??
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes , please.
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. 49/100 (not sure what to find exactly)
anonymous
  • anonymous
2. [pi(8^2)(40/360)]/pi(8^2) 3.[pi(8^2)-pi(8^2)(300/360)-4(2.528)(0.5)]/pi(8^2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry let 8=>4
anonymous
  • anonymous
4.[pi(2^2)(100/360)]/pi(2^2) 5.[pi(2^2)-pi(2^2)(270/360)-(2)(2)(0.5)]/pi(2^2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ARE THOSE SOLVED ? CAUSE IM HAVING A HARD TIME .
anonymous
  • anonymous
they should be right. i was trying to let you see how i get the numbers. anything not clear?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I may be doing something wrong cause when i put in calculator i get huge numbers !
anonymous
  • anonymous
um.... which one ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think im putting in calculator wrong . .
anonymous
  • anonymous
You know how to do this ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
7. pi(3^2)-5.2(1.5+3)(0.5)
anonymous
  • anonymous
8. 8(4)/[pi(2^2)] 9. (2x6.9)(4+8)(0.5)-pi(4^2) 10. 5x5-pi(5^2) think of a triangle has 60 degree x 3 = 180
anonymous
  • anonymous
anything ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
have you tried =v=..... to do it...??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, this my second copy I messed up first time !
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. 20x20 since the half circle just moved to the left 2. 22(19)(0.5)+22(22)+16(22)(0.5) 3. 0.5(pi)(4.5^2)+(9+23)(7)(0.5) 4.13(13)+(13+30)(20)(0.5)+(0.5)(pi)15^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
i can only help you til here.. i have math final tmr.. gotta study it. just think of adding many area, using formula, and think of their angles. i was fun to help you ^^
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was fun.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks !

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