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  • one year ago

Find the area of the figure. A. 960ft^2 B. 1,680 ft C. 780ft^2 D. 720ft^2

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  1. mckenzieandjesus
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  2. mckenzieandjesus
    • one year ago
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    I think it is either D or A but not sure which one for sure.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1433874103982:dw| Split it into these two rectangles and solve their individual areas.

  4. mckenzieandjesus
    • one year ago
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    That is what I tried to do. I did 40' * 18' and got 720 and did 24*30 and got 720

  5. mckenzieandjesus
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    did I do it right?

  6. anonymous
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    It would be 40*18 and 6*10

  7. mckenzieandjesus
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    where did the 6 and 10 come from? That would make 4*18=720 and 6*10=60 so would i add 720+60=780?

  8. anonymous
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    24-18=6 40-30=10 And yes, it would be 780

  9. mckenzieandjesus
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    Oh i didn't know you subtract the other numbers.. Thank you!

  10. anonymous
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    No problem :)

  11. mckenzieandjesus
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    Would you mind helping me with another problem?

  12. mckenzieandjesus
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    @LegendarySadist Provide the reasons for the following proof. Given: WX=XY, XZ bisects <WXY Prove: triangle WXZ = triangle YXZ statements 1. WX=XY, XZ bisects <WXY 1 1.Given 2. <WXZ = <YXC 2. definition of an angle bisector 3. XZ=XZ 3.______________ 4. triangle WXZ = triangle YXZ 4._________

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    • one year ago
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    A.) reflexive property of =;SSS B.) Symmetric property of =;SSS C.) Reflexive property of =; SAS D.) Symmetric property of =; SAS

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  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    No idea, I don't remember any of these proofs

  16. mckenzieandjesus
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    oh ok

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