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  1. zaynahf
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    Got it?

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    |dw:1356980675825:dw|

  5. geerky42
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    Or you can divide kite into four triangles then find the area of each of them then add them together.

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    so for my problem it would be the following: 1/2 (15+7) (4+x) 1/2 (88+22x) 1/2 (110x) Area= 55x

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    ?

  8. geerky42
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    You got it wrong, x = 7, y = 15, z = 4

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    so the area would be 13

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    133* Yeah.

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    1/2 (7+7) (15+4) 1/2(14) (19) Area=1/2(266) Area = 133

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