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hardlyhuman:

Geometry question

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

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1 year ago
Shadow:

Do the exact same approach that we just did. I see one rectangle and three triangles. Count the length and width of the rectangle, then multiply. Then solve for each rectangle by getting their base, then height, multiplying, then dividing it by 2. Rinse and repeat two more times.

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

okay

1 year ago
Shadow:

Let me know if you need help

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

okay, I will, thank you

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

okay im lost -_-

1 year ago
Shadow:

Where are you at in the problem?

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

with the triangles

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

43.5? thats what i got

1 year ago
Shadow:

Okay let me solve real quick

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

kk

1 year ago
Shadow:

Rectangle: 4 times 8 = 32 Triangle 1: (4 times 3)/2 = 6 Triangle 2: (3 times 2)/2 = 3 Triangle 3: (5 times 1)/2 = 2.5 32 + 6 + 3 + 2.5 = 43.5

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

awesome i actually did it right, could you help me with the last 3 please?

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

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1 year ago
Shadow:

Np, open a new question though

1 year ago
hardlyhuman:

okay thanks

1 year ago
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