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Find the area of the figure

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i would separate that one figure into rectangle and bottom one making it a 2X10 and a 5X4. then you just get the area of those 2 and add 2X10 = 20 5X4 = 20 area= 40 i might be wrong though
|dw:1354928211016:dw| Area = (2(3) + 2(3) + 4(2) + 5(4))cm

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Just find the are of the four rectangles. then add them. so 2*3 + 2*3 + 2*4 + 5*4 = 40
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i know and its hasnt help me much though :( sgta101 any good with calc 3?

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