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create a figure that is not a rectangale,andthat has an area of 6 square inches

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that is my question for math
create a figure that is not a rectangale,andthat has an area of 6 square inches that is my math question
What other shapes do you know?

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i tried a square
think of some more..
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it has to be a shape that has an area of 6 squarte
it has to be as\[\it ha\]
what about a circle?
it has to be a shape that has 6 square inches but cannot be a rectangle
Circle can be it
a circle does not have an area
Who told you that?
Do you have multiple choice answers?
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thank you aripotta
no problem :)
is that the answer to the question
the only thing it told you to do was create a figure (not a rectangle) with an area of 6 square in. so just draw a triangle with a base of 2 in and a height of 6 in and that'll be your answer
@Selena2345 a circle does have an area.\[a = \pi r ^{2}\]

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