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Lime

  • 2 years ago

All angles in the figure below are right angles. What is the area of the figure?

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  1. Lime
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  2. Anikate
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    i worked it out a guessed 36, but i might be wrong

  3. Anikate
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    i multiplied 9 times five

  4. Lime
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    Well, I know the formula is bh, but which is base and height?

  5. Anikate
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    |dw:1347163018706:dw|

  6. Anikate
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    9 * 5= 45 45- (3 * 3)= 36

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    that's what i did I am pretty sure i am wrong

  8. Lime
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    |dw:1347163349647:dw|

  9. Lime
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    A method in my lesson says to separate the rectangles, then subtract the areas of basic shapes from the area of the square.

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    sry i dont get it but what i did is took the area of the whole rectangle then subtracted by the area of the broken part

  11. Lime
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    \[A =\]\[A \square - A^1 - A^2\]

  12. Anikate
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    sry idk that stuff :(

  13. Lime
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    Thanks for trying anyway.

  14. Anikate
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    i havent learnt it yet

  15. Anikate
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    wait my friend might log on and help us

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    wha time is it for you rite now?

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    @Topkart33

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    yo topkart if he doesnt answer just show him the steps or answer and he might get back to you tomorrow?

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    lime you still there?

  20. Topkart33
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    Yes, 36 is the correct answer

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