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Calculate the area of the square shown.
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28 sq in.
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392 sq in.
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56 sq in.
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196 sq in.
Jeremy wants to carpet his room. He measured the floor and it is 11.5 ft. X 14.75 ft. To determine how much carpet to buy, he needs your help! Please calculate the area of the floor.
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105.475 sq ft.
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169.625 sq ft.
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52.5 sq ft.
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180 sq ft.
Calculate the area of the kite shown. Each square of the grid is equal to one ft.
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128 sq ft
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64 sq ft
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25 sq ft
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32 sq ft
Find the area of the rectangle shown.
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40 sq in.
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20 sq in.
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96 sq in.
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84 sq in.
Calculate the area of the trapezoid shown. Each square is equal to one cm.
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80 sq cm
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400 sq cm
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40 sq cm
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60 sq cm
Calculate the area of the rhombus shown. Each square of the grid is equal to a square cm.
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11.7 sq cm
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36.0 sq cm
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24.0 sq cm
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34.2 sq cm
Calculate the area of the kite shown. Each square of the grid equals 1 sq in.
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72 sq in.
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18 sq in.
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36 sq in.
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144 sq in.
Calculate the area of the rhombus shown. Each square of the grid is equal to one square inch.
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22.325 sq in
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89.30 sq in
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52.8 sq in
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44.650 sq in
Calculate the area of the parallelogram shown. Each square of the grid is equal to one square foot.
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22.8 sq ft.
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25.2 sq ft.
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43.2 sq ft.
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52.2 sq ft
Calculate the area of the trapezoid shown. Each square is equal to one ft.
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40 sq ft
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55 sq ft
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25 sq ft
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80 sq ft.
Helen and Andrew want to make a kite by taking two sticks and tying them together at right angles so that the middle of each stick crosses one another. One stick is 4.3 ft long and the other is 2 ft long. They want to calculate the wind resistance of their kite and need to know the area of the kite once they put paper on the sticks. What will be the area of their kite?
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4.3 sq ft
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8.6 sq ft
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6.3 sq ft
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17.2 sq ft
Calculate the area of the parallelogram shown. Each square is equal to one meter (m).
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112 sq m
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82 sq m
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72 sq m.
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92 sq m
Michelle is helping her Mom buy shingles for the roof of their garage. She measures the garage roof and determines it is a square. One side of the garage roof is 22.25 ft. Assume the roof is flat and calculate the area of the roof.
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495.0625 sq ft
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44.50 sq ft.
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89.00 sq ft.
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459.055 sq ft.
Calculate the area of the kite shown.
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104 sq in.
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20 sq in.
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52 sq in.
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32 sq in
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