A square,s1, has a perimeter of 40 inches. The vertices of a second square,s2, are the midpoints of he sides of s1. The vertices of a third square,s3, are the midpoints of the sides of s2. Assume...
A square,s1, has a perimeter of 40 inches. The vertices of a second square,s2, are the midpoints of he sides of s1. The vertices of a third square,s3, are the midpoints of the sides of s2. Assume...
The length of a rectangle is 4 inches more than its width. If 2 inches are taken from the length and added to the width, the figure becomes a square with an area of 324 square inches. What are the...
Tennis court= 33 feet length= 5 feet more than twice its width. area= ? In square feet
Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles While you may not see the similarities between parallelograms and triangles initially, we will come to see that they are actually quite related when it comes to area. But, just how similar can they be if one is a three-sided polygon, and the other is a specific type of quadrilateral? Let's begin drawing some connections between parallelograms... read more
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can you show me how to find area on 6.5 feet and 2 feet
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