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  • 3 years ago

If you can get the answer right ill give you a medal!!! (Explane how.)

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  1. ZyairaBoyd
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  2. jasleenheer
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    area of a trapezium is 1/2(a+b)h so it would be 1/2(12+16)7 so it would be 12+16 = 28 then 28x7= 196 and then half of 196 which is 98 so it would be 98 sq ft i think.

  3. ZyairaBoyd
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    Your right! :D

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    Congratz!!!

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    thank you:)

  6. ZyairaBoyd
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    everyone still has another chance..in this next question.

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  8. FoolForMath
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    \[\frac 12 \times 9 \times 16 = 72 \; cm^2 \]

  9. ZyairaBoyd
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    ill make another form i i can give another medl sorry.

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    Agh i got to go ill continue this..tomorrow.

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