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In this session, we will apply the knowledge of polynomials learned from previous sessions to solve questions related to geometric shapes. Therefore, before we start, it's a good idea to refresh your memory on polynomial operations we have talked about in the lessons before.

Basic concepts: Multiplying monomial by monomial, Multiplying monomial by binomial, Multiplying binomial by binomial, Multiplying polynomial by polynomial,

Related concepts: Applications of polynomials: $x^2 + bx + c$, Word problems of polynomials, Applications of quadratic equations,

- 1.Find the area of the shaded region.a)

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- 2.Find the area of the following geometric figuresa)

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- 3.The area of a rectangle is $(a^3+2a^2+3a+6)$cm$^2$a)Determine the height of the rectangle.b)Solve for $x$ and the dimension of the right triangle

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