# Find the area of each figure

Answer: For the pencil shaped shape, we need to split the shape up in 2 parts (which has already been done!). Lets figure out the rectangle first. To find the area of a rectangle it is Length x Width.
a=lxw
a=6x10
a=60m2
(the m2 means square meters)

For the triangle the formula is Base x Height ÷ 2
a=bxh
÷2
a=7x6
÷2
a=42
÷2
a=21m2

Now we just add up the rectangle and triangle area and voila! You have the area!
21+60=81m2
The area of the shape is 81m2
Answer: The rectangles area is 60. The triangles area is 21

## Related Questions

How do I draw and shade a figure that represents 100% 100% and describe it in words ?

The required shaded figure is shown in Figure 2:

Step-by-step explanation:

Consider the provided statement.

You need to draw a figure and need to shade 100%

Let us first draw a figure of circle as shown in Figure 1:

Remember: You can draw any figure or shape for example: square, rectangle, triangle etc.

Now, it is given that we need to shade the figure that represents 100%.

100% of a figure is also know as the whole figure.

Thus, shade the whole figure. Where you can use any color in order to shade.

The required shaded figure is shown in Figure 2:

Draw anything and color the whole thing in. And should be described as "one whole" in words.

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I need to know these two answers

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Step-by-step explanation:

Step-by-step explanation:

a pet store has 2 kittens. one kitten weighs 15/16 pounds. the other kitten weighs 12/16 pounds. what is the difference of the weights of the two kittens?

Subtract 15/16 and 12/16 to get 3/16

Whatsapp is 500% in a fraction in the simplest form

500%=0.5 which is equal to 1/2 so the answer is 1/2

Actually the actually 500% as a fraction is 5/1 which equals 5.

Ethan wants to predict who will be selected as the eighth-grade class president. Which of the following groups should Ethan survey to make his prediction?A One hundred random students from the entire school
B One hundred random students from the eighth grade
C The first 100 students from an alphabetical list of eighth graders
D The first 100 students from an alphabetical list of the entire school