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jameshorton

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What is the area of this figure?

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    The squares are 1in x 1in meaning that the area of each square is 1in^2. this means you can just count the squares and however many there are, that is the area Or, you could break it into simple shapes like rectangles and take the area of each shape and add it together however for this problem I would use the first method

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