OpenStudy (anonymous):

ll of the triangles in the figure below are congruent. What is the area of the figure? Note that all measurements are in centimeters. Note that the apothem shown is equal to 2^3 24cm2 36 + 24cm2 36 cm2 24 + 36cm2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (raden):

you mean the shaded area, right ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The area of the whole thing. Triangles and hexagon.

OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

so first area of a triangle will be equal ?

OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

if you know the lenght of base and the lenght of height

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The area of one triangle will be the same as the area of all the others. Did that answer your question?

OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

do you know formula for area of a triangle ?

OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

@RadEn wann you calculi it for medal ?

OpenStudy (jhonyy9):

area of a triangle will be 4*3/2 = ?

OpenStudy (raden):

that's still ambigu for me with the statement : "Note that the apothem shown is equal to 2^3"

OpenStudy (anonymous):

@RadEn That is what is really confusing for me. I thought I knew how to do it then I saw that and I was like What?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think I got it. Thanks everyone!