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1. Find the area. The figure is not drawn to scale. (1 point)28.08 cm² 2.5 cm² 7.9 cm² 14.04 cm²

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The figure with solid line is a rhombus, do you agree ?
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Do you know how to find the area of a rhombus?
No
Area of rhombus is the product of base and height, base×height
Could you look at the figure and plugin the values to find the area?
thats it?
try to do tell me the answer
this is the formula
http://www.k6-geometric-shapes.com/image-files/formula-area-rhombus.jpg
\ 2.7 * 5.2 = 14.04
good job
That's it...no dividing or anyhthing??
nope that it is :)
Mkay thanks so much !! i have more questions if you have the time
lol ^^
is that a yes or no?
i dont know open new one
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