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Mar 21, 2020

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Mar 21, 2020
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This can't be found... when you get it to work, I will be happy to help!

Mar 21, 2020
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plz help urgent

Mar 21, 2020
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Hint:

Since the radius is 28mm, we know that the diameter is 56mm.

Therefore, the length of the rectangle will be 56mm. Knowing this, I bet you can work out the area of the rectangle :D

Hope this helped!

Mar 21, 2020
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i got 117mmsquared as the answer its wrong what did you get

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If we connect the  centers  of  the circles, we will have  an equilateral triangle  with sides of  2R = 2(28) =    56mm

The  height  of this triangle, H,   can be found as

tan 60°  = H  /(1/2 side length of the triangle)

√3 = H  / 28

28√3  =  H

Then the  height  of  the rectangles  =  R  + height  of triangle  + R  =   2R + 28√3  =  2R + 28√3  = 56 + 28√3

And the  width of the  rectangle  = 4R  = 4*28  = 112

So....the area  of the  rectangle  =

(56 + 28√3) (112)  ≈

11703.711  mm^2  ≈  11700 mm^2

Mar 21, 2020