Suppose we have two congruent equilateral triangles with side length of 8ft. They are on top of each other in the same orientation. Now One triangle is rotated by 180 degrees and is laying on top the other triangle forming a star. The triangles are positioned relative to each other such that the distance from the base of one triangle is 6ft to the base of the other triangle. What is the area of the star?

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Suppose we have two congruent equilateral triangles with side length of 8ft. They are on top of each other in the same orientation. Now One triangle is rotated by 180 degrees and is laying on top the other triangle forming a star. The triangles are positioned relative to each other such that the distance from the base of one triangle is 6ft to the base of the other triangle. What is the area of the star?

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