Given the 90-degree arc AB with center at O and the semicircle with center at B and diameter CD (where C lies on OB and D lies on the extension of OB), draw the tangent AE from A to the semicircle, intersecting the arc AB at F (with E as the point of tangency). If AF measures 11 and FE measures 5, calculate the area of triangle AOE.

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