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Larry Jeffus
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Find the area of the following:
a. Square that is 55 " wide
b. Circle with a 22 " diameter
c. Equilateral triangle with a 5 " base and 3 " height
d. Oval that is 20 " wide and 11 " high
e. Parallelogram with a 3 ' base and 7 ' height

To determine

(a)

Area of the square.

Explanation

Given information:

Side of the square, a=55 in.

Calculation:

Area of the square is side X side,

  A=side×sideA=a

To determine

(b)

Area of the circle.

To determine

(c)

Area of the equilateral triangle.

To determine

(d)

Area of the oval.

To determine

(e)

Area of the parallelogram.

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