ZyairaBoyd
How do you get 66? that's all I need to know.
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i see how u get everything else but idk how to get 66.
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You sum the area of the rectangle there which is \(6\cdot8=48\) to the area of the triangle on top which is \(1/2 \cdot 6\cdot(14-8)=3\cdot6=18\).
Thus, \(48+18=66\) is the area of that region.
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ty for explaining i'm going to write that down to rem.
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@KingGeorge where did the 3 come from?
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\[{1 \over 2}\cdot6=3\]
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ok