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the area of the shaded part.

4cm is the height 8cm is the base and 6cm is the top of the square.

then 6cm is the base of the second figure a trapezoid

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    8cm by 6 cm with a shaded part of 4cm what is the answer

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    Mary draws an8 cm by 6 cm rectangle on her grid paper . She shades a square with a side length of 4 cm inside her rectangle . What area of the rectangle is left unshaded

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