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60 degrees

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36.5cm2

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how to do this?

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You have to count only the squares which are shaded half or more than a half .

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but the figure is not proper .

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Can you please explain the answer ?

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Bis the answer

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area of 1 small rectangle = 3*2 =6 sq. cm.Total cards removed = 19 so ,19*6= 114 sq. cm.

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can you please tell me how you got 19. Harshit Solanki from Dps, Indore.area of 1 small rectangle = 3*2 =6 sq. cm.Total cards removed = 19 so ,19*6= 114 sq. cm.

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14 rectangles are removed not 19 because figure is not proper

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B is the answer to this question , Swarnava Pal

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A IS THE CORRECT ANSWER

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