We have this strange looking shape here and then were given some of its dimensions we know that this side right over here has a length of 35 this side over here is 65 then we know from here to here is 2 and then from here to here is 7 and then theyre giving us this dimension right over . Examples solutions worksheets stories and songs to help grade 7 students learn how to find the area of composite figures that consist of circles and trapezoids or trapeziums how to find the area of composite figures a composite figure or shape consists of two or more shapes step 1 break the composite shape into smaller parts. This assemblage of calculating the area of compound or composite shapes worksheets for 6th 7th and 8th grades includes rectilinear shapes rectangular paths or l shapes and two levels of compound shapes that offer a combo of rectangles squares parallelograms rhombus trapezoids circles and triangles. Obviously not all geometric figures are simple polygons or circles in many instances a geometric figure is composed of a number of different figures such as triangles quadrilaterals circles and so on such a figure is called a composite figure. If you took this part of the triangle and you flipped it over youd fill up that space so the triangles area is 1 2 of the triangles base times the triangles height so plus 1 2 times the triangles base which is 8 inches times the triangles height which is 4 inches and so lets just calculate it this gives us 32 plus oh sorry
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