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if the base is 9 1/2in and the line in the middle is 3 1/2in. what is the area follow formula

  • irregular figures -

    What kind of figure is this?

  • irregular figures -

    it is an irregular figures like a trapezpoid and triangles

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    http://www.mathsisfun.com/area.html

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