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@ganeshie8 @hartnn HELP! PLEASE!

@Nnesha @texaschic101 HELP PLEASE!

Do you have any idea how you would solve for X?

I really dont know.

Okay, well first thing we'll do is take a look at the rectangle.

Show me how, please.

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So, if you square 6, square X and add them together you'll get 10 squared.

So, if you square 6, square X and add them together you'll get 10 squared.

So, 36 + x^2 = 100

subtract 36 from both sides, then take the sq rt of both sides

The result will be 8.00, am i right?

Yes, that is correct.

yes

That is your 'x' Value, so you can plug that in wherever you see 'x'

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The hard part is done, now it's just plugging your numbers in.

area of rectangle is L x W

Area of rectangle=48

Okay, that's 2 steps down, let's keep going.

The area of a circle now? The formula is \[\pi r ^{2}\]

area of a circle is pi * r^2.......and r = 1/2(d)....and you already know that diameter(d) = x

Approx=201.06

Oh wait wrong.

A=50.27

4squared

(3.14)(4^2) = 3.14 x 16 =

You can put an estimate if that's what your teacher is requesting, I'd leave it at \[16\pi \]

yea, A=50.27

On step D. Should i just add the area of circle and rectangle?

Yup,

I am getting 50.24 for area of circle

Google said, approx=50.27

ok...I just used 3.14 for pi....I rounded

Plugging in basic 3.14 I got.. about 50.24

Which one is correct? 50.24 or 50.27?

Google is probably calculating it from a farther out point of Pi.

I would go with 50.24...but thats just me

50.27 is 'More Correct'

It's 3.14159 x r^2 then rounded up.

LOL. I put alredy 50.27

lol.....ok

We are on Step E. Finding the perimeter of the rectangle.

This is a simple one, you know there are 2 sets of congruent sides, so just add them all up.

8+8+6+6+=22

I mean =28

P = 2L + 2W

There you go, c:

correct ^^....28

Yay! lol :D

How about the entire figure? How do i calculate it?

don't forget to put cm or in or whatever you are measuring them with

Yea

Now your Circumference, \[2\pi r \]

don't forget r is half of d and d = 8

~= 25.13

The entire perimeter would just be Perimeter of Rectangle + Circumference of Circle.

Again it may vary depening on how many decimal places you go into pi, so that should be good.

Okay i'm done. THANKS! But i have 2 more question. I'll put this on new question.

Thanks guys ^_^

no problem :)