66 unit squares each have \dfrac{3}{5}53start fraction, 3, divided by, 5, end fraction of their area shaded.

Guest May 5, 2021

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Not quite sure what you mean. I am going to assume that the question is suppose to say:

**There are 66 unit squares, each of them being \(\frac{3}{5}\) of the way shaded. What is the area of the shaded region?**

If each of the squares are shaded 3/5 of the way, and each square is a unit square (meaning that it is a 1 by 1 square with an area of 1 unit), and there are 66 squares, the answer is:

66 * 3/5 = 198/5 = **39.5**

Guest May 6, 2021