Math

1. A parking lot space is in shape of a rectangle. If the space has a length of 23 feet and a width of 12 feet, what is the area of the parking space?
A.128ft2
B.266ft2
C276ft2****
D138ft2

2. Each blade on a windmill is in shape of a triangle with base of 7 feet and a height of 4 feet. If there are four on the windmill, what is the total area of the blade?
A.56ft2****
B.14ft2
C.28ft2
D.96ft2

3.What is the area of the trapezoid?
A.64cm2
B.36cm2
C.16cm2
D.22cm2****

4. Which figure has the same area as the parallelogram shown below?
A. a triangle with a base of 4mm and a height of 20 mm
B. a trapezoid with bases of 15mm 25mm and a height of 2mm***
C. a trapezoid with bases of 6mm and 14mm and a height of 8mm
D. A rectangle with base 20mm and height 8mm

5. What happens to the area of a parallelogram when you double both the height and the base?
A. The area is halved.
B. The area is doubled.*****
C. The area is quadrupled.
D. The area is cut in half.

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  1. 1,2 ok
    3,4 ? No figure
    5 Nope
    (2b)(2h) = 4(bh)
    area is quadrupled

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    posted by Steve
  2. Thank you that helped a lot I got A+

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  3. What is it

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  4. what is the answer for number 4

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    posted by Luna
  5. 1.C

    2.A

    3.B

    4.C

    5.C

    You're welcome.

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  6. it just said responses saved @Mrs. Sue so i cant tell if she was right...

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  7. fake sue tho

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    posted by god
  8. Yes it did

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    posted by Cmon
  9. Ashlyyyyyyyyyy :) go to your grade book and look up that lesson and see what you got.

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  10. The Fake Mrs. Sue Is correct. Thank you

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  11. TYSSSSSSSO MUCHHHHHHN

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    posted by YOu rock
  12. that wasn't the real Sue. lol the real one is MS. Sue. not mrs.

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  13. So is Mrs. Sue Correct? I don't wanna get a bad result

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  14. Nvm "Mrs. Sue" Is correct you can trust her on this question i got 100%

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  15. thx Mrs Sue (the fake one) also thx kool aid girl

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  16. MRS SUE is correct i got 100% no lie

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    posted by smarty
  17. Shut the hell up losers.

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    posted by ALLAH
  18. @ahleyyyyyy :) same thing happend to me

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  19. Why are we losers exactly...? Lol and also Mrs.Sue is spelled Ms.Sue cause she isn’t married if she was it would be Mrs not Ms

  20. Mrs.Sue has all of the questions done correctly.

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    posted by MS.Sue
  21. Idk why they stole my name but ok

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    posted by Ms.sue
  22. and they didnt still ur name...u stole Ms. Sue's name :P yall needa get ur own name like fr XDD

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  23. Ms.sue is wrong i got a 2 out pf 5 thx alot dumbhead

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    posted by Meep
  24. 1.C

    2.A

    3.B

    4.C

    5.C

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    posted by Ivy

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