What is the area of the figure? A. 713.5 m2 B. 824 m2 C. 617.5 m2 D. 759 m2

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What is the area of the figure? A. 713.5 m2 B. 824 m2 C. 617.5 m2 D. 759 m2

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1St separate the figure into shapes
@Hybrik , how old are you?
hes gandulf trying to use the internet for the first time
12 I do pre calculus, why
holly crap
What grade are you in?
God dang.
8
your pretty smart for a 12 yearold
Skipped 2
How are you 12 in 8th grade?
good for you
Away from keyboard, separate the figure into shapes
Well since he is clearly smarter then me i'll let him do it :/
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That's one of them
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@Flvs.net help him I will be away
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Those are the three shapes.
lol same time
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There.
Do you know what to do next?
no othrwise i would be doing it myself i'm not that smart> lol
What do you think you do?
split up 32
Okay I will help you when I go on my Comute so I can draw
ok
He'll take over i guess.
So you see that triangle
The height of it is 13 not 29
The base would be 32 -8 -7
He's right. ^
sorry i was afk for bit
Then the huge rectangle would have a base of 32 and the height of 29-13
BTW i need 13 more medals
lol
lol ok well get there
I do too, I need 30 more @flvs.net. net
YEA, THANKS! LETS GET TO THE QUESTION. And for which one @hybrik
i gave both of you medals. :)
So the huge rectangle is 32 by 16 and the triangle is 13 by 18, take note of that
ok i put it in my binder
So That tiny rectangle
yea
Height is 13 base is 7
yes
Find the area for all 3 figures then add them
for the rectangle 20
no sorry hold on
The small rectangle is 91, big rectangle is 32*16, triangle is 13*7.5
the rectangle is 78
Good job guys.
I'm betting all of you guys are from FLVS
I am
are you?
And which rectangle, big or small?
my calculater is messing up big time
@Flvs.net I'm taking pre cal on flvs
i need to get this done
Spear, the small rectangle is 91, tale note of that
ok
The triangle is 97.5, and the big rectangle is 512
so its A
Good job.
Yes of you added them together then correct

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