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Into 2, a triangle and a square, i know that the additional leg length to the triangle can be found by subtracting base 1 and base 2=4 so i have a triangle with a hypotenuse of 8 inches, 1 leg=4 and now i have to find the length of the other leg. The length of the other leg can be found by multiplying the length of the other leg by the square root of 3 to get (4×3squared)=6.9282 the area for that triangle would be 13.84. Now i have to find the missing side of x. It seems to be a rectangle, and i know the formula for that is length×width to get the area but i noticed a squared angle in the right bottom. Thats where i get lost. As for #6, i can start with finding out the missing leg of the triangle on the left which is half of its hypotenuse so i would divide 7÷2=3.5 then id get started with calculating the shorter length of the triangle on the right which would be half its length of hypotenuse to 8÷2=4 what i think i would do next is add 3.5+4+12= 19.5 as the value of x. Can anyone please verify if im right? If not what did i do wrong?. Thank you