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Explain how you would find the area of the following shaded figure.FIGURE CAN'T COPY.
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some map and in the best way to find the area of this figure. Assuming that you have all the links links of besides which you don't hear would be we have essentially here If you look at it, we have a parallelogram here we have ah, forced out of figure we have a parallelogram now. Cavanda area of a parallelogram. It's simple. We can just do a a Seiko to the length times the width we could do the length comes the width when we come from the area of the thing. But now, instead of having a pure parallelogram, we have a parallelogram, essentially with a chunk taken out of it. So we can pretty much say Now we can we have that paler imagine. We have, like a people food, and now we take a big bite out of it. So this is not included any? We took the bite out of it. No, what we need to do, we can find the area of this first figure that I have right here on. We could subtract. So we do. Minus the area of the second figure, which is this trying right here. 1/2 base times height, so we would need another height right here the height from, um I'll do this in green, the height from there to there. And we will need another base from data there. But we knew the height and green and the based in blue. We can just do the link sometimes the width to find the area of this whole big thing. And then we could subtract the area of this red trying or one halftime the base. What you having? I'm sorry. Which I haven't Blue Tom the height without having green. So we just have to want to have to do that subtraction.
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