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Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ158

AD is equal to AG. A is the mid-point of EF. CJ is ¼ of JH. EFHJ is 200 cm^{2}. If DJC is 18 cm^{2}, find the unshaded area DAGHJ.

Solution:

CJ is ¼ of JH

We can sub-divide the unshaded area DGHJ to triangles with equal height and equal length with area of 18cm^{2}

There are 8 small triangles to form the unshaded area DGHJ

The unshaded area DGHJ = 8 × 18 = 144 cm^{2}

The area EFGD = 200 – 144 = 56 cm^{2}

The unshaded area EAG = 56 ÷ 2 = 28 cm^{2}

The unshaded area DAGHJ = 144 + 28 = 172 cm^{2}

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