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Thanks,

Joe

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i will have your answer in a second...

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maybe im wrong, its been a while since i did this crap.

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25 x (14+4) divided by 2

25 x 18 = 450 sq/ft :thumbsup:

25 x 18 = 450 sq/ft :thumbsup:

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i dont see how this is right, the rectangle portion is only 100 sq ft by itself. leaving only the triangle... which sure as hell isnt 350 sq ft.25 x (14+4) divided by 2

25 x 18 = 450 sq/ft :thumbsup:

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Forgot to divide x 2

225 is correct

225 is correct

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The area of the trapezoid is equal to the average of the bases times the height.

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gotcha, thats a quick method. i was trying to get more detailed with it since he wanted to know how we came up with it. :thumbsup:Forgot to divide x 2

225 is correct

Had a brain fart.

Thought this was 250 for a moment.

Thought this was 250 for a moment.

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edited!

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OOOHH YEAA!!!:thumbsup:

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You know the term for putting the decimal in the wrong place?

Lowest bid :laughing:

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Without a square corner trigonometry is the only option for a solution. Does anyone remember the concept of sign, cosign and tangent? It's not pop quiz, relax.:laughing:

you need at least one angle discription.

or...at least one cross corner dimmension

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25+30= 55 / 2 =27.5

14+4 = 18 / 2 = 9

27.5 * 9 = 247.5 sq ft

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Gee, thanks for quoting his post instead of REPORTING IT.OOOHH YEAA!!!:thumbsup:

Makes my job twice as fun.

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edit-I haven't had my coffee yet

edit-I haven't had my coffee yet

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Does this make it easier guys?

Freemason is close.

Freemason is close.

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