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The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure above is T. What is the area of the shaded region?

A. \(\frac{13T}{3}\)

B. \(5T\)

C. \(\frac{16T}{3}\)

D. \(\frac{11T}{2}\)

E. \(7T\)

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Re: The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure abov [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 00:03
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The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure above is T. What is the area of the shaded region?

A. \(\frac{13T}{3}\)

B. \(5T\)

C. \(\frac{16T}{3}\)

D. \(\frac{11T}{2}\)

E. \(7T\)

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The whole area = 16T.

The areas of three unshaded triangles are = T + 6T + 4T = 11T (half of a rectangle with area of 2 + half of a rectangle with area of 12 + half of a rectangle with area of 8).

The area of the shaded region = 16T - 11T = 5T.

Answer: B.

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Re: The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure abov [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 00:21
So basically what you have done is count the squares and calculated the area's I have modified the image and added color ( Red,Black and blue) so

Black has 4*2*1/2
Red has 4*3*1/2
Blue has 2*1*1/2

is this correct and then subtract from the total?
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Re: The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure abov [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2013, 22:05
16T-[(\(\frac{1}{2}\)*2\(\sqrt{T}\)*\(\sqrt{T}\))+(\(\frac{1}{2}\)*4\(\sqrt{T}\)*3\(\sqrt{T}\))+(\(\frac{1}{2}\)*2\(\sqrt{T}\)*4\(\sqrt{T}\))] = 5T
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Re: The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure abov [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2014, 06:43
Bunuel.. can you please elaborate on "The areas of three unshaded triangles are = T + 6T + 4T = 11T (half of a rectangle with area of 2 + half of a rectangle with area of 12 + half of a rectangle with area of 8)."
I not able to follow this part.
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Re: The area of each of the 16 square regions in the figure abov [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2014, 16:58
Option B.
Let T be any convenient no. say 36.
Side of each smaller square=6
Side of bigger square=6*4=24
Area shaded=24^2-(area of 3 unshaded right triangles)
=576-36-144-216
=180
Which is 5*36
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Bunuel.. can you please elaborate on "The areas of three unshaded triangles are = T + 6T + 4T = 11T (half of a rectangle with area of 2 + half of a rectangle with area of 12 + half of a rectangle with area of 8)."
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The areas of three unshaded triangles are =
Half of the area of blue rectangle with area of 2T , thus T;
Half of the area of black rectangle with area of 8T , thus 4T.
Half of the area of red rectangle with area of 12T , thus 6T.

T + 4T + 6T = 11T.

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