Mathematics
oliviahull18
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Help, please ? Thank you so much in advance and I'd appreciate it!

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shama12

First you calculate the area of the big rectangle (ignoring the small one the bottom): A1 = 10 x 6 = 60. next you calculate the small one: A2 = 2 x 2 = 4 Now you subtract the small one from the big one and you get: Area of the figure = A1 - A2 = 60 - 4 = 56

Moler460

To start off, pretend it's a quadrilateral. It makes everything easier and uses all the numbers. The area of a quadrilateral is base times height.  10 = base  6 = height  6 * 10 = 60  That's the value of the original, larger, quadrilateral without the mini quadrilateral that we have to subtract.  The dimensions of the height and base of the mini quadrilateral are 2 by 2.  2 * 2 = 4  Subtract to get your answer:  60 - 4 = 56

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