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    @DanJS

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    For 3, the distances are parallel to the axis, you can just count

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    like QR goes from x=-4 to x=2 total is 6 units

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    T to s would be 3

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    right? @DanJS

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    r to t would be 7?

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    right

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    so the area is 16?

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    no, the area of the whole figure is the sum of the area of that rectangle and the triangle

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    area rectangle = length x width area triangle = 1/2 x base x height

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    i got 63 @DanJS

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    umm

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    area = 7*6 + (0.5 * 3 * 7)

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    What did your calculation look like?

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    oh, you forgot the half in the triangle area formula

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    52.5

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    yep

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    Oh i see thank you (:

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