# Geometry

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a = 12 ft.

b = 8 ft.

a = How many sq. ft. ?

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a and b could represent the sides of a rectangle, the base and height of a triangle, base and height of a parallelogram, ...

If the shape of the figure is not known, any "area" calculated would be meaningless.

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