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All of the triangles in the figure below are congruent. What is the area of the figure? Note that all measurements are in centimeters. Note that the apothem shown is equal to 2 24 sqr3 cm2 36 + 24 sqr3 cm2 36 sqr3 cm2 24 + 36 sqr3 cm2

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    no one?

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    Area of each triangle = (1/2)*height*base so what;s the area of each half triangle on the borders?

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    ama be honest dont know nothing teach me pleas

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    HELP!!!!!

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    so what;s the area of each half triangle on the borders?

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    I gave you the formula - and the height and the base lengths of each triangle has been shown in the pic - just substitute the values in the formula!

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    ok

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    is it 6

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    yes it is 6! now there are 6 such triangles - so the total area?

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    do i divide or multiply?

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    it was the second one right?

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    ya

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    thanks

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    36 + 24 sqr3 cm2=answer

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