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anonymous
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4in * 13in + 4in * 6in + 4in * 13in = 52in + 24in + 52in =
anonymous
  • anonymous
128?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes

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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you stick around for a few more
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea sure
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Which phrase best defines a parallelogram? A. at least two right angles B. four congruent angles C. four congruent sides D. two pairs of parallel sides
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think b
anonymous
  • anonymous
A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Should i put the next question up
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure
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The area of a rectangle is 61.64 square feet and the length is 9.2 feet. What is the width of this rectangle?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know the formular for the area?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[Length*Width = Area\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
This gives you one equation, with 1 variable. \[9.2*x=61.64\] Now you solve x
anonymous
  • anonymous
In order to solve x, you divide with 9.2 on both sides.
anonymous
  • anonymous
6.7
anonymous
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Yes
anonymous
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Gene wrote this equation for the area of a rectangle. 26.4w = 285.12. What is the width (w) of this rectangle? A. 10.8 units B. 7527.2 units C. 11.0 units D. 258.7 units
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think? It is the same equation as the last one. solve w
anonymous
  • anonymous
A maybe
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, \[285.12/26.4 = 10.8\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
The area of a triangle is 45.5 square meters and the base is 10 meters. What is the height of this triangle? A. 455 m B. 4.55 m C. 9.1 m D. 227.5 m
anonymous
  • anonymous
The formular for a triangle is: \[1/2*base*hight = area\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
So solve the height: \[Height = \frac{ 2*Area }{ Base }\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think a
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is \[\frac{ 2*Area }{ Base } = \frac{ 2*45.5 }{ 10 } =?\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
91?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It is 91/10 = 9.1, so the answer is C
anonymous
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What is the area of this rectangle in square feet? A. 288 square feet B. 24 square feet C. 216 square feet D. 72 square feet
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  • anonymous
https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/376500_377000/376984/2/b6c7cdc42328a5b9a1d090fadbfb27b779774466/52969_question.jpg
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think 24
anonymous
  • anonymous
The area is \[length*width\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, that is correct, 6*4 = 24
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Sure
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What is the area in square millimeters of a rectangle with a width of 8.7 centimeters, and a length of 9.3 centimeters? A. 80.91 mm2 B. 8091 mm2 C. 80,910 mm2 D. 809.1 mm2
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got b
anonymous
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I get it to \[8100mm^2\], are you sure that isnt an option? Calculations: \[8.7cm*9.3cm = 81cm^2 = 8100mm^2\]
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You are welcome. :)
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Thanks, have a great day :)
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You too

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