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Looks like this to me:
Rectangular portion below first roof angle is 5 X 8 minus the doors (6) = 34 squares
From first roof angle to second roof angle we have a trapezoid with bases 8 and 4 with height 1.
Using , we can find the area of the trapezoid to be 6 squares
The remaining portion is a triangle with base 4 and height 4. Using , we find the area of the triangle to be 8 squares.
That makes a total of 48 squares X 9 square feet per square = 432 square ft.
Hello, dgenerationx2!
I must assume you are familiar with basic area formulas:
. . area of a triangle, area of a rectangle.
Then exactly where is your difficulty?
The front of the building below need to be repainted.
How many square feet will need to be repainted, excluding the door?Code:- * : *|* : */|/* : *//|//* 1 *///|///* : *////|12//* : */////|/////* : *//////|//////* - . *-------*-------* . 2 . *///////////|3//////////* . - *-------*-------*-------*-------* : |///6///////6///////6///////6///| : |///////////////////////////////| : |///////////////////////////////| 3 |///////////////////////////////| 15 : |///////////* - - - *///////////| : |///////////| 6 |///////////| : |///////////|9 |///////////| : |///////////| |///////////| - *-----------*-------*-----------* : - - - - - - 24 - - - - - - - :
Level 1: An isosceles triangle with base 12 and height 12.
. . Its area is: . ft².
Level 2: A trapezoid with bases 12 and 24, and height 3.
. . Its area is: . ft².
Level 3: A 24×15 rectangle minus a 6×9 rectangle.
. . Its area is: . ft².
The total area is: .
Ha! . . . masters beat me to it!
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