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The figure shows a rectangle with a triangle inscribed in it. What is the area of the rectangle?

1. The area of the shaded region in 40.
2. The area of the non-shaded region is 40.

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(1): 1/2*w*l=40, so w*l (area of rect.) is 80. sufficient.
(2): 1/2(wa)+1/2(wb)=40; a+b=l -> w(a+b)=w*l=80; so, sufficient.

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The figure shows a rectangle with a triangle inscribed in it. What is the area of the rectangle?

1. The area of the shaded region in 40.
2. The area of the non-shaded region is 40.

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Rectangle with a triangle inscribed in it

Area of triangle will 1/2 of the area of Rectangle

Bcoz Area of triangle =(1/2)bh and area of rectangle =l*b

Hence here b=l

therefore area of triangle will 1/2 of the area of Rectangle

1. The area of the shaded region in 40.

Here Area of triangle =40

Area of rectangle =80

2. The area of the non-shaded region is 40.

Area of rectangle =80

Hence D
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The figure shows a rectangle with a triangle inscribed in it. What is the area of the rectangle?

1. The area of the shaded region in 40.
2. The area of the non-shaded region is 40.

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Now area of rectangle is L*B..
the area of shaded region is \(\frac{1}{2}*L*H\), here height is nothing but the B of rectangle and ofcourse the Ls are same in each case..Thus area = \(\frac{1}{2}*L*B\)

so area of rectangle is HALF the area of shaded region OR the area of shaded region is the area of non-shaded region

Let us see the statements now..

1. The area of the shaded region in 40.
so area of rectangle is twice of 40 = 2*40=80
sufficient

2. The area of the non-shaded region is 40.
so area of rectangle is twice of 40 = 2*40=80
sufficient

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