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Figure ABCD has vertices A(−4, 1), B(2, 1), C(2, −5), and D(−4, −3). What is the area of Figure ABCD?

24 square units
30 square units
36 square units
45 square units

is it C?

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  1. hey I need help with the same thing too weres the teachers? I wish they can come and help

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  2. I don't know but I need help asap

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  3. Did you plot the points?
    Look like a trapezoid.
    AB is a horizontal line, so that AB = 6
    AC and BC are parallel
    So area = (1/2(AC + BC)(AB)
    = (1/2)(4+6)(6) = 30 square units

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