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A cellar in the shape of a trapezoid is used to store cylindrical barrels of wheat that have a radius of 6 in. If the wheat barrels are stored in the cellar right up against the walls in this way, how much of the floor of the cellar won’t be covered by wheat barrels?
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help!
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Take the Area of one barrel A=πr^2 and multiply it by the number of barrels in the picture (12) then find the area of the trapezoid: |dw:1440864851650:dw| and then take the Area of the Trapezoid and subtract the sum of the areas of the barrels from it.
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okay but i did that an got the wrong answer i need a step by step solution
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A.4.08 ft^2 B.126.4 ft^2 C.5.72 ft^2 D.418.5 ft^2
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those are the only one\es i can choose from

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