Find the area of the

shaded region.

20 cm

16 cm

40 cm

Pls help

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Find the area of the

shaded region.

20 cm

16 cm

40 cm

Pls help

true !

step-by-step explanation:

[tex]190cm^{2}[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

To work this out you would first need to find the area of the orange rectangle.

The formula to find the area of a rectangle is length multiplied by the width.

To find the area of the orange rectangle you would need to multiply 10 by 20, this gives you 200 cm squared. Then the next step is to work out the area of the white rectangle. To find the area of the white rectangle you would need to multiply 2 by 5, which gives you 10 cm squared. After you would need to minus the area of the white rectangle from the area of the orange rectangle.

1) Find the area of the orange rectangle.

[tex]10*20=200cm^{2}[/tex]

2) Find the area of the white rectangle.

[tex]2*5=10cm^{2}[/tex]

3) Then minus the area of the white rectangle from the orange rectangle.

[tex]200-10=190cm^{2}[/tex]

190

Step-by-step explanation:

5 x 2 - 20 x 10 = 190

Step-by-step explanation:

400cm2

190 cm2.

Step-by-step explanation:

First you have to find the area of the whole shape.

20 cm times 10 cm is 200 cm2.

Now, you have to find the area of the smaller shape inside.

5 cm times 2 cm = 10 cm2.

Finally, you subtract the area of the smaller shape from the larger shape to find the area of the shaded area.

200 cm2 - 10 cm2 = 190 cm2.

60%

Step-by-step explanation:

well the radius is 6 so from what i know you would square that or X^2

so you would do either

6 x 6 or 6^2 which would equal 36 so im guessing it would either be 36% or

36 divided by 60 which would be .6% also knwn as 60% of the cirlcle is shaded

LET ME KNOW IF IM RIGHT

i don't have the answer rn but go to math papa. it shows the steps and the answer. hope this : )

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