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Find the area of the following shape. You must show all work to receive credit.

54 unit ^ 2

join EB
this will give you a triangle and a trapezoid

it is a combination of square and 2 triangles !

BY joining EB AND ED .

IS THAT CLEAR ? @hershey21

i guess so when I find the area for a square and two triangles I add it up or multiply it

add
adding is the same a "gluing" the pieces together to get the original shape.

*add the blue lines: I mean draw them in to form two triangles and a square

a square and two triangles :/ why cant it be one triangle and one rectangle

a rectangle has equal opposite sides.
if we just do this (see fig2)
the bottom figure is a trapezoid (the bottom is 7 wide and the top is 6 wide.. not a rectangle)
if you know how to find the area of a trapezoid you can do that... but I was thinking it is easier to add a second blue line to the picture (see the first figure I posted)
because you should know the formula for areas of rectangles (or square) and triangles

any luck?

am having trouble finding the area for the triangle but the area of the trapezoid is 39

yes, 39 for the bottom trapezoid shape.
how wide is the triangle (i.e. what is its base) ?

11

or is it 8

put your finger on point F, and count how many boxes to get to B

10

yes. now count up from the base to point A

yes. area is 1/2 base * height

15

so would I add 15 and 39

exactly

so its 54

yes

yw