# Find the area of this figure

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2015-01-17T16:19:33+05:30

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length of rect. = 2m
ar. of rectangle =length
× breadth                                                                                                            = 2 × 1.4 = 2.8 m²

Diameter of the circle = 1.4m D= radius÷2, r = 0.7 m
Area of a circle = πr²
= (22/7) × (0.7)²
= 1.54 m²

totle ar. of figur = Area of the rectangle + Area of the two semicircles
= 1.54+
2.8                                                                                                                    = 4.34 m²

i thnk this is 3D figure
That isn't a 3-D figure. Just a rectangle and and two semi-circles.
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THIS CORRECT ANSWER IS 4.34 sq. meter
4.34msq
2015-01-17T16:28:00+05:30

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In the given figure, there is a rectangle and two semicircles.
Length of the rectangle(l) = 2m
Breadth of the rectangle(b) = 1.4m
Area of a rectangle = l × b
= 2 × 1.4 = 2.8 m²

There are two semicircles of equal diameter and hence, we can consider them as a single circle.
Diameter of the circle = 1.4m ⇒ radius, r = 0.7 m
Area of a circle = πr²
= (22/7) × (0.7)² (Consider the value of π as 22/7)
= 1.54 m²

Total area of the figure = Area of the rectangle + Area of the circle
= 2.8 + 1.54
= 4.34 m²