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torii897

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The surface of a table to be built will be in the shape shown below. The distance from the center of the shape to the center of each side is 7.8 inches and the length of each side is 9 inches. A hexagon labeled ABCDEF is shown will all 6 sides equal in length. ED is labeled as 9 inches. A perpendicular is drawn from the center of the hexagon to the side ED. This perpendicular is labeled as 7.8 inches. Part A: Describe how you can decompose this shape into triangles. Part B: What would be the area of each triangle? Part C: Using your answers above, determine the area o

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    part c : using your answer above determine the area of the table surface

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    a six sized figure with all equal sides can be divided into six equal triangles in this case, the (base) of the triangle will be 9 inches and the (height) of the triangle will be 7.8 inches

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    the area of one of the triangles would be (base) times (height) or 9 times 7.8

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