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**Upper primary school mathematics question UPQ333**

The figure below is made up of a rectangle and a square. The overlapped portion of the two shapes is marked in orange. The area of the square is 2/5 the area of the rectangle. The area of the unoverlapped portion of the square is 1/6 the area of the unoverlapped portion of the rectangle. Given that the length of the square is 6 cm, find the area of the figure below.

Solution:

The area of the square is 2/5 fraction of the area of the triangle

The area of the square = 6 × 6 = 36cm^{2}

From the model

2 units = 36

1 unit = 18cm^{2}

The area of the rectangle = 18 × 5 = 90cm^{2}

The area of square plus rectangle = 36 + 90 = 126cm^{2}

The area of unoverlapped square is 1/6 fraction of the area of the unoverlapped rectangle

The orange portion is same in area

The updated model

Per the model

5 units = 90 – 36 = 54cm^{2}

1 unit = 10.8cm^{2}

The area of orange portion of the figure = 36 – 12.8 = 23.2cm^{2}

The area of the figure = 36 + 6 × 10.8 = 100.8cm^{2}

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