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Find the area of the figure. Assume the figure is made up of parallelograms and triangles. https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1388500_1389000/1388544/1/b1ac4b603a5882e8a1b2624f0038c6c16752a94b/62367_FGA_U3_L7_V3_P.jpg
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the area of the rectangle is 12 * 24
and the triangle area is 0.5 * base * height
he mean 12*24
the base of the triangle is 36-24
ok so then if we do 36-24 then it is 12
yea so you now can find the area of the rectangle and area triangle and add them together
then do we do 12 times 24 to get 288 then and add 12?
No 288 is the area of the rectangle That is correct
Now you need to find the area of the triangle
12 is the length of its base
and its height is also 12
so you find the area of triangle using
Area = 0.5 * base* height
so do we do 12 times 12 divided by 2?
then add the result to 288 to give you the final answer.
ok so the answer is 360 which is A?
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What is the area of the shaded part of the figure?
you should be able to do this one using the same formula as the first one
The area of the square inside the triangle = 9 * 9'
and the area of the triangle
= (height * base) / 2
Then to get area of shaded part its
area triangle - area of the square
AS you can see from the diagram the length of the base of triangle = 18 and the height = 8 mm