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In the figure given below, ABCD is a rectangle and GB=DH=2HC

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In the figure given below, ABCD is a rectangle and GB=DH=2HC, what is the area (in sq. in.) of the shaded region if AD=1 in. and AB=3 in.

A) 1 \(in.^2\)
B) 1.5 \(in.^2\)
C) 2 \(in.^2\)
D) 2.5 \(in.^2\)
E) 3 \(in.^2\)

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Re: In the figure given below, ABCD is a rectangle and GB=DH=2HC  [#permalink]

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In the figure given below, ABCD is a rectangle and GB=DH=2HC, what is the area (in sq. in.) of the shaded region if AD=1 in. and AB=3 in.

A) 1 \(in.^2\)
B) 1.5 \(in.^2\)
C) 2 \(in.^2\)
D) 2.5 \(in.^2\)
E) 3 \(in.^2\)


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the ratio of sides \(DH:HC = 2:1\) so DH = 2
area of parallelogram DHBF = \(2*1=2\)

Area of shaded region is HALF of this parallelogram.
so area of shaded region is \(\frac{2}{2}=1\)
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