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CALCULATE THE AREA FOR THE FIGURE WITH SIDES
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• MATH-insufficient information -

We do not know the angles of the polygon. All we know is there are six sides, hence a hexagon.

There are infinitely many hexagon with the given sides, so there is not enough information to find the area.

The perimeter, however, can be found by summing the lengths of all the sides.

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