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A 10-inch by 15-inch rectangular picture is displayed in a 16-inch by 24-inch rectangular frame. What is the area, in inches, of the part of the frame not covered by the picture?

(A) 150
(B) 234
(C) 244
(D) 264
(E) 384


\(16*24- 15*10\) \(= 384-150= 234\) Ans B
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Bunuel wrote:
A 10-inch by 15-inch rectangular picture is displayed in a 16-inch by 24-inch rectangular frame. What is the area, in inches, of the part of the frame not covered by the picture?

(A) 150
(B) 234
(C) 244
(D) 264
(E) 384



Area of rectangle = (base)(height)
So, area of frame = (16)(24) = 384
And area of picture = (10)(15) = 150

(area of picture) + (area not covered by picture) = area of frame
We get: (150) + (area not covered by picture) = 384
So (area not covered by picture) = 234

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