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If the figure above is a rectangle, then what is the area of the figu

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If the figure above is a rectangle, then what is the area of the figure, expressed in terms of x and y?

(A) xy
(B) 4xy
(C) xy^2
(D) y(x - 2)
(E) x(y - 2)

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19 Feb 2018, 23:51
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Length of rectangle= x-2

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19 Oct 2018, 08:08
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Bunuel wrote:

If the figure above is a rectangle, then what is the area of the figure, expressed in terms of x and y?

(A) xy
(B) 4xy
(C) xy^2
(D) y(x - 2)
(E) x(y - 2)

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2018-02-20_1019.png

Area = (base)(height)
= (x - 2)(y)

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Re: If the figure above is a rectangle, then what is the area of the figu   [#permalink] 19 Oct 2018, 08:08
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