ZyairaBoyd
Please explane and help me with this problem.



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sritama
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none of the above..because the area will be .018*.01 km=.00018 km.^2=..18 m^2

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Tysm your a big help @sritama

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It said it was inccorect @sritama

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Ty anyway for tryn to help me @sritama

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Theres another one just like it

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Can any one show me step by step how to get the answer for the second one?

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\[.018(.01)=.00018 km^2\]
\[.00018 km^2\times\frac{1000m}{1km}\times\frac{1000m}{1km}=180m^2\]

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Second one

sritama
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sorry,it was in square form,so .00018 * 1000000=180

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\[10m(14m)=140m^2\]

ZyairaBoyd
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ty

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yw

sritama
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same type of question.. the area of a parallelogram is the value of one side * the distance between this side and the opposite side

ZyairaBoyd
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Um... i need help on another one im not sure abt

Mertsj
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\[4\frac{2}{3}yd \times7\frac{1}{3}yd=\frac{308}{9}yd^2\]

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Ty.

Mertsj
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\[\frac{308}{9}yds^2\times\frac{3ft}{1yd}\times\frac{3ft}{1yd}=308 ft^2\]

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yw

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I tried to do the next one on my on and idk why im not getting the right answer and this is what i got

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nvm

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None of the above.

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it would be none of the above wouldnt it

ZyairaBoyd
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lol i feel dumb .

Mertsj
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We all make mistakes. You are no exception.

ZyairaBoyd
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Lol ty.

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yw