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How many more triangles in the given figure must be shaded to make the fraction of unshaded part equal to 5/8?

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How many more triangles in the given figure must be shaded to make the fraction of unshaded part equal to 5/8?
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posted Feb 14 by anonymous

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11


Number of triangles- 32
Number of shaded triangles- 9
Required number of shaded triangles- 32*5/8=20
To be shaded- 20-9=11

answer Feb 15 by Hanifa Mammadov



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