# Determine the area for the diagram above pl​

Determine the area for the diagram above pl​

$Determine the area for the diagram above pl​$

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1. jadenwilsan says:

The Correct answer is A and C because on the diagram, part A shows that the river is separating different ways, and, part C shows the area of the land that is separating the water flowing to rivers.

A and C.

2. shelbyetheridge1011s says:

3. ghettorapnelsop10kus says:

5w² + w

Step-by-step explanation:

The figure shown has one pair of parallel sides and is a trapezium

The area (A) of a trapezium is calculated using

A =  h(a + b)

where h is the height and a, b the length of the parallel sides

here h = 2w, a = w + 3 and b = 4w - 2, hence

A =  × 2w(w + 3 + 4w - 2)

= w(5w + 1) = 5w² + w

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4. halbrookc7082 says:

see explanation

Step-by-step explanation:

The figure shown has one pair of parallel sides and is a trapezium

The area (A) of a trapezium is calculated using

A = $\frac{1}{2}$ h(a + b)

where h is the height and a, b the length of the parallel sides

here h = 2w, a = w + 3 and b = 4w - 2, hence

A = $\frac{1}{2}$ × 2w(w + 3 + 4w - 2)

= w(5w + 1) = 5w² + w

5. sciencefanfae7248 says:

see explanation

Step-by-step explanation:

The figure shown has one pair of parallel sides and is a trapezium

The area (A) of a trapezium is calculated using

A = $\frac{1}{2}$ h(a + b)

where h is the height and a, b the length of the parallel sides

here h = 2w, a = w + 3 and b = 4w - 2, hence

A = $\frac{1}{2}$ × 2w(w + 3 + 4w - 2)

= w(5w + 1) = 5w² + w

6. elha20 says:

5w² + w

Step-by-step explanation:

The figure shown has one pair of parallel sides and is a trapezium

The area (A) of a trapezium is calculated using

A =  h(a + b)

where h is the height and a, b the length of the parallel sides

here h = 2w, a = w + 3 and b = 4w - 2, hence

A =  × 2w(w + 3 + 4w - 2)

= w(5w + 1) = 5w² + w

plz mark as brainliest