You could've done it using CPhill's way, but another way is to find the area of the rectangle and subtract it by the area of the red shaded region.
The top right-hand side triangle has dimensions of 6 by 5. This means the area is 15 units.
The far left-handed side rectangle has dimensions of 1 by 5. This means the area is 5 units.
The last triangle has dimensions of 4 by 5. This means the area is 10 units.
Now we can add them up to get 30 square units.
What CPhill did was use COMPLEMENTARY COUNTING which means finding the opposite of what you are supposed to find.
We were supposed to find the area of the red shaded region, but instead found the area of the white region and subtracted it from the whole rectangle.
This way is faster than what I did. This makes this "trick" very useful in math.
So just remember about the strategy and it might help you later in life.
P.S: I sound like a professor conducting a speech. Sorry to sound so formal!
Since the formula (shown below) tells us that the distance travelled is the speed of the car multiplied by the time that is taken to drive the car to the destination.
The question states that Jared's speed is 200 mph and the time taken to drive is 5.25 minutes (5.25/60 hours).
This means all we have to do is substitute these numbers into the formula to get \(distance=200mph\cdot 5.25/60 h\)
After multiplying these numbers together, the final distance Jared travelled would be 17.5 miles.