Matt has two posters for his science project. Each poster is a rectangle. The length of the larger poster is 11 inches. The length of the smaller poster is 6 inches. What is the area...

Matt has two posters for his science project. Each poster is a rectangle. The length of the larger poster is 11 inches. The length of the smaller poster is 6 inches. What is the area...

I dont know how to solve the area without the bases given to me

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trapezoid JKLM has an area of 54ft squared. If RC=6 feet and ML=8 feet, find JK

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There is a Circle, with a radius of R = 8.17. On the outside of the right of the circle is a point, directly right of the midpoint of the circle. 2 congruent lines leave from the point, and touch...

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figure has 3 90 degree angles. start at left corner 1 angle, 2nd corner 2nd angle, 3rd corner is 3rd 90 deg. <. continue up the figure , the next < is x, last < is x. ...

I have a non-square area, one side is 7 feet, opposite to it is 13 and half feet. other side is 28 feet, would be grateful if any one can let me know how many feet that opposite side to 28 feet should...

The line has y-intercept of 3 and an x-intercept of -5.

Find the perimeter of the polygon with vertices A (-5,2) B (1,5) C (3,1) D (-3,-2)

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Image: https://media.glynlyon.com/g_geo_2013/8/23183_5.gif Find the ratio of the area of triangle XBY to the area of triangle ABC for the given measurements, if XY = 2, AC...

The image: https://media.glynlyon.com/g_geo_2013/8/23183_5.gif Find the ratio of the area of triangle XBY to the area of triangle ABC for the given measurements, if BY =...

The sides of a quadrilateral are 3, 4, 5, and 6. Find the length of the shortest side of a similar quadrilateral whose area is 9 times as great. Answers to choose from: A...

A rectangle has EI = 3x+8 FI=5x-6 and m<IGF=29 Find EG and m<IFE

Areas of Polygons and Circles Let's move away from the widely-dreaded two-column proofs that we have been doing in the previous sections, and focus on geometry that revolves solely around computations. In this section, we will use our knowledge of different polygons and circles to help us measure their areas. In the two-dimensional plane, we use area to express a defined quantity... read more

what happens to the area of a triangle if the base gets doubled and the triangle is cut in half? And if the base is doubled without cutting it in half? what happens to the area in both instances,...