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In the figure above, the two square regions have areas 16 and 25, respectively. What is the area of the shaded triangular region?

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D. 12
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Area of the first square = 16. Side = 4.
Area of the tilted square = 25. Side = 5.
The side of the tilted square becomes the hypotenuse of the triangle = 5.
The side of the first square becomes the height of the triangle. = 4.
Then by Pythagoras theorem, the base is 3.
Area of the triangle = 1/2*4*3 = 6.

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