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What is the area of the shaded portion within the square? a. 156 m^2 b. 144 m^2 c. 84 m^2 d. 60 m^2 e. Not enough information to answer

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    Subtract the area of the two triangles if you can.

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  3. skittles223 Group Title
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    like can you just write out the problem for me

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    The problem is already written out. I'm helping you write out the solution.

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    Here's another hint: Pythagorean theorem will be useful.

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    i mean the solution i got is area of square-2* area of triangle s*s-2*(1/2*b*h)=

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    whats the base and height

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    |dw:1352400515440:dw|

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    |dw:1352400344997:dw||dw:1352400374373:dw||dw:1352400413251:dw| but the problem is that im not sure if the left/right side are also 12 since its not stated... but using geometry i think theres a way to prove they are since the shape inside fits and has a special property

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    it is stated. it's a square.

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    haha you mean the solution i got lol

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    oh forgot it said that XD k so algebraic is right.. its stated its a square so then my answer is right

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    What are the factors of x2 - 16 ? Answer: a. (x+4)(x-4) b. (x-4)(x-4) c. (x+4)(x+4) d. x(x -4) e. (x^2-16)(x^2+16)

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    Simplify the following expression: 3(3z - 4 ) - (20 z - 5) Answer: a. 11 z - 7 b. 11z + 17 c. - 11z - 7 d. - 11z - 17 e. - 51z + 3

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    its a 4 both

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