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What is the area of the quadrilateral shown above?

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What is the area of the quadrilateral shown above?

A. $$2\sqrt{3}$$
B. $$3\sqrt{3}$$
C. 6
D. $$6\sqrt{3}$$
E. 8

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28 Feb 2019, 04:48
dropping a perpendicular we would get a rectangle of side 2 & height sqrt 3 and two triangles with base 1 and height of sqrt3
so
area
(sqrt3*1*1/2 )* 2 + 2 * sqrt3

3sqrt3
IMO b

Bunuel wrote:

What is the area of the quadrilateral shown above?

A. $$2\sqrt{3}$$
B. $$3\sqrt{3}$$
C. 6
D. $$6\sqrt{3}$$
E. 8

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