muscrat123
  • muscrat123
The figure below shows a shaded region and a nonshaded region. Angles in the figure that appear to be right angles are right angles.What is the area, in square feet, of the shaded region?What is the area, in square feet, of the nonshaded region?
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muscrat123
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muscrat123
  • muscrat123
the figure is above
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
@pooja195

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The shaded area is a trapezoid with the 2 by 2 square cut out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\frac{1}{2} (6+3) 10-4 = 41\]
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
so 41 ft^2 is the shaded area? @robtobey
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
@nincompoop
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes.
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
then u would find the area of the rectangle and subtract the area of the shaded area to find the area of the non-shaded area, right? @robtobey
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
16 x 8 = 128 128 - 41 = 87 so, 87 ft^2 is the non-shaded area, right? @robtobey
anonymous
  • anonymous
so, 87 ft^2 is the non-shaded area, right? @robtobey Yes
muscrat123
  • muscrat123
thx @robtobey
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your welcome.

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