area

1. Broken Area

There was a problem in the previous Broken Area problem. Here is the rectified one
2. Broken Area

Who can solve this problem?
3. Barycentric coefficients of an orthocenter

Hi, The Barycentric coefficients of an orthocenter of any triangle are as follows : (A, tan(A)), (B, tan(B)), (C, tan(C)) Coefficient a = tan(A), coefficient b = tan(B), coefficient c = tan(C) a.\vec{MA} + b.\vec{MB} + c.\vec{MC} = \vec{0} My question is : what is the explanation of that...
4. Area enclosed by a function containing two power towers

Area enclosed by a function containing two power towers: ()=(−ln(↑↑(2)))↑↑(2+1) https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/3437880/area-enclosed-by-a-function-containing-two-power-towers-fx-−-lnx↑↑2k↑↑ Any help is greatly appreciated :)
5. What is the shaded area?

What is the area of the shaded region? I need help to solve this problem. I tried different measures and found that there is a fixed pattern but I don't know how it can be calculated. Any help is highly appreciated.
6. area of the arrow

Area of the arrow Determine the area of the arrow from a one-way street sign, given the dimensions below. image: What's the formula? How to solve it? Thanks.
7. Triangle's area which is in a trapezoid

The are of the trapezoid is 234. Can you help me find the area of the darker triangle?
8. The Area of the region of the Equilateral Triangle that lies Outside the Circle

I'm considering a circle of diameter D superimposed over the equilateral triangle of side length D, with their centres coinciding. What is the total area of the three regions of the triangle that lie outside the circle?
9. Using substitution of variables to find area

Find the area in the first quadrant limite by the curves xy=5, xy=10, y=ex and y=(e^9)x The answer should be an exact rational number. ps: You are expected to substitute variables
10. Find the area of the shared region.

So far, for number 14 I believe the area of the circle is 12pi. I just don't know how to solve the additional information. For number 15, I'm completely lost. Please help. :(
11. area of triangle given heights

In the attached, what is the area of triangle ABC? Obviously they gave 22.5 and 67.5 to tell us that they add to 90 degrees, and then I applied formulas of right angle triangle, plus this makes the triangle ABC isosceles, but then what? And also BE and EC equal I found.... answer is 64...
12. Working out the area

One of the tents you look at has a base measuring 3 metres long and 250 centimetres wide. What is the area of the tent?
13. Working width out in an area problem

The shower block on the campsite has an area of 144 m2 The length of the shower block is 24 m. What is the width?
14. Working Area out

One of the tents you look at has a base measuring 3 metres long and 250 centimetres wide. What is the area of the tent? To work this out I have multiplied 3 m x 2.5 m = 7.5 m. Is this correct?
15. Working out area 1

The campsite shop also sells boxes of Pick-Me-Up teabags. The base of each box is a 120 mm square. The shelf where the boxes are displayed is a 65 cm x 35 cm rectangle. Work out the maximum number of boxes that will fit on the shelf.
16. Working out area

The campsite shop sells boxes of Funshine Cereal. The base of each box is a 180 mm x 60 mm rectangle. The shelf where the boxes are displayed is a 65 cm x 35 cm rectangle. Work out the maximum number of boxes that will fit on the shelf.
17. Sides of a triangle using ratios and area

Hello, I have a question that I cannot find the solution to and would be grateful for any help. A right-angled triangle has an area of 2.8m^2. The sides are in the ratio of 5:12:13 and the triangle stands on the shortest side. Calculate the following: a) the perpendicular height b) the...
18. Finding Area

The problem is and only things I know is one is circle of radius 2 and the other is parabola, but not sure how to proceed to find area. Please advise.
19. Area 1 circles on radius 1 sphere

What is the maximum number of circles of area one packable, without overlapping, onto a sphere of radius one? (I couldn't figure out StackExchange's use of tags.)
20. Maximum area of triangle

Sorry for lot of questions. But please help me to solve this problem My Attempt: Area = (1/2) * Base * Height; Area = (1/2) * p*q; Maximum is infinite value because p and q can take any value. Am I correct? Please help. I think I am nowhere near the correct thinking.