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Find the area of the figure http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/GEOMx-HS-CA10/a/assessments/Q-KiteTrapezoidQuiz/Geometry_Unit5_4_Quiz_Final_21q.gif 71 in2 70 in2 72 in2 58.5 in2

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    surface area i believe

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    Well ok you can do several things. One way is to split the shape into smaller shapes. From just looking at it I can split it up to 2 rectangles and 1 triangle and I can find those areas and add them up.

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    would my answer be 70 inches squared?

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    Can you show your work I think you got it wrong.

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    |dw:1336676713262:dw|

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    thats what i did .... i either got 70 or 58.5

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    can yo u walk me step by step through it i think im doing it wrong

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    Can show me what you did? The margin of error on those two values is high that you would get it by guessing.

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    all my math is mental can i try to explain what i did

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    The area of the bottom rectangle is 9*4 can you tell me what the area is for that rectangle?

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    28

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    no do you need multiplying?

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    i thought you do need multiplying?

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    yeah but you got it wrong. 4*9 is not 28

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    oh oops 36

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    |dw:1336677213574:dw| Can you tell me the area of the top rectangle?

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    25

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    |dw:1336677293844:dw| Can you tell me the area of the triangle?

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    20

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    Nope the area of a triangle is \[\frac{1}{2}*b*h=area \triangle\]

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    where 4 is the base 5 is the height.

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    Can you tell me now?

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    10 so my answer is 71

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    good job

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    http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/GEOMx-HS-CA10/a/assessments/Q-KiteTrapezoidQuiz/Geometry_Unit5_4_Quiz_Final_26q.gif could you help me with this queston also . i think the answer is 38.8 . you need to find perimeter and round to the hunderth

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