In a trapezium 7.9cm + 6.2cm. 10.8cm what is the area

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In a trapezium 7.9cm + 6.2cm. 10.8cm what is the area

[tex]\text{Hey there!}[/tex]

[tex]\text{In a trapezium 7.9cm + 6.2cm + 10.8 cm. What is the area?}[/tex]

[tex]\text{In order for you to find the answer add since that is how the equation}\\\text{is set up for you!}[/tex]

[tex]\text{An easier way to solve this break the equation down to methods}\\\text{that you understand.}[/tex]

[tex]\text{Anywho!}[/tex]

[tex]\bf{7.9cm+6.2cm}\text{+ 10.8 = area}[/tex]

[tex]\bf{7.9 + 6.2 = 14.1}[/tex]

[tex]\bf{14.1+}\text{10.8}=\underline{\bf{area}}[/tex]

[tex]\bf{14.1}\text{ + 10.8 =\underline{\bf{24.9}}}[/tex]

[tex]\boxed{\boxed{\text{Thus, your area/ answer is: \underline{\bf{24.9cm}}}}}\checkmark[/tex]

[tex]\text{Good luck on your assignment and enjoy your day!}[/tex]

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Arhombus is a quadrilateral.

b. 13

step-by-step explanation:

as there are 13 students in bowling class therefore the most reasonable answer is b as only 13 students are in the bowling class.