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A building lot has the dimensions shown in the figure. Find
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A building lot has the dimensions shown in the figure. Find the length of road frontage for this lot, and the area of the lot.
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Hi there!
Can you please post the figure?
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replied 5 years ago.
I'm only able to paste image now. I'm not able to paste in the first box where the question is typyed.
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The site is experiencing technical difficulties and that is why I am unable to see the picture. Can you please upload it to www.mediafire.com and post the sharing link here. Thanks! :)
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I have uploaded in www.mediafire.com. Will I still receive answer here?
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Yes, you will receive the answer here. You need to give me the sharing link through, so I can download the picture.
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can you please explain the steps needed to do that, thanks
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After you upload the file, click 'Copy Link' and then post the link here.
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http://www.mediafire.com/file/6nqd7f0vwana6wy/Answer_for_ques_9.docx
let me know if this is right
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Here is the answer:
We first find the length of CA:
CA = √(61^2 + 68.6^2)
CA = 91.8
Angle BCA:
tan BCA = 68.6/61
BCA = 48.36º
ACD = 105  48.36º = 56.64º
We will find the length of road frontage (AD) using the cosine rule.
AD = √(CD^2 + CA^2  2(CD)(CA) cos ACD)
AD = √(109.5^2 + 91.8^2  2(109.5)(91.8) cos 56.64º)
AD = 96.76
Therefore, the road frontage is 96.76 m.
Area = (1/2)(61)(68.6) + (1/2)(109.5)(91.8) sin 56.64º
Area = 6290.22
Therefore, area is 6290.22 m^2.
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can you show formula for the area
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Yes, sure.
Area = Area of right triangle ABC + Area of triangle ADC
Area = (1/2)(BC)(BA) + (1/2)(CD)(CA) sin ACD
Area = (1/2)(61)(68.6) + (1/2)(109.5)(91.8) sin 56.64º
Area = 6290.22
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can you explain where/ how in ABC the A = (1/2)
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