Area of Composite Figures - Rectangles & Triangles
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Videos, worksheets, stories and songs to help Grade 7 students learn how to find the area of composite figures that consist of rectangles and triangles.
How to find the area of a composite shape?
1. Break the shape into smaller known shapes.
2. Calculate the area of each of the smaller shapes.
3. Add up the areas to get the area of the composite shape.
Area of Composite Shapes: Lesson (Geometry Concepts)
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