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Find the area of the figure. A shape consisting of a vertical rectangular prism and a horizontal rectangular prism. The horizontal prism rests against the bottom portion of the vertical prism. The base is horizontal and is labeled 7 meters, at its right it turns up ninety degrees to a short vertical segment that is labeled 3 meters. That segment turns ninety degrees to the right to form a second horizontal segment labeled 9 meters. At the end of this segment there is a ninety degree turn up to a short vertical 5 meter segmentThe top horizontal segment meets this one at a ninety degree an

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    are you on the practice test for flvs?

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    can you give me a medal? if i help?

  4. anonymous
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    yup

  5. anonymous
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    is 101 an asewer?

  6. anonymous
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    answer

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    yup

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    that's your answer i just did the math all you had to do was this: 16 times five is 80. after that you do 7 times three which is 21. if you add those together they make 101

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    yes i can but can you give me medal

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    i did

  11. anonymous
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    thanks what else do you need help with

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    you dont have anymore posts i can medal

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    ok that fine but what else i am more concerned on the grade you get so you can have a good education

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    What is the length of the missing side in the figure below? A six sided figure that resembles a block letter L that has been rotated. Its long vertical side is labeled unknown. Opposite it are two shorter horizontal segments. One is labeled four meters the other is labeled twelve meters. 7 m 12 m 16 m 18 m

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    7 m 12 m 16 m 18 m

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    brb

  17. anonymous
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    ok

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    back

  19. anonymous
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    i need to find area or peremeter?

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    i need the length of the missing side

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    are you trying to find the length of that one side?

  22. anonymous
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    hello?

  23. anonymous
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    are you here

  24. anonymous
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    yes that has the ? mark

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    you answer is C 16. i got that answer because you had to take 12 and add 4 and that equals 16

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    What is the area of a circle with a radius of 2 meters? Use twenty-two sevenths for pi. three and one-seventh square meters six and two-sevenths square meters twelve and four-sevenths square meters twenty-five and one-seventh square meters

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    hold on working the prob out

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    i think c but for this one i am not sure

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    any more?

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    What is the surface area of a rectangular prism with length twelve millimeters, width four millimeters, and height nine millimeters? fifty square millimeters one hundred fifty square millimeters three hundred eighty-four square millimeters four hundred thirty-two square millimeters

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    working this prob out

  32. anonymous
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    C again

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    The circle formed by the blades of a fan has a circumference of fifty-six and four-sevenths inches. What is its diameter? Use twenty-two sevenths for pi. twelve inches eighteen inches twenty-one inches twenty-six inches

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    hold on

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    brb

  36. anonymous
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    k

  37. anonymous
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    i will be about five min

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    ok

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    back

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    brb

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    gg

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    wat

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