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# How To Find The Area Of An Unusual Shape

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Area of different shapes

Area of different shapes

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• 1. How to find the Area of this unusual shape 45 55 22 20
• 2. This shape is actually 2 rectangles 45 55 22 20
• 3. So we need to find the area of each rectangle 45 55 22 20
• 4. The blue rectangle is 45 wide by ? long 45 55 22 20 ? Remember that rectangles have the two opposites sides equal.
• 5. We to have find out ? 45 55 22 20 ? So that is 55 - 20 35 - the width of the blue rectangle.
• 6. So the Area of the blue rectangle is 45 X 35 which is: 45 55 22 20 1575
• 7. So now we only have to find out the Area of the pink rectangle and add it to the blue rectangle 45 55 22 20 1575
• 8. We know the pink rectangle is 22 long by 20 wide so all we have to do is multiply the two numbers. 45 55 22 20 X = 440 1575
• 9. So now we have the Area of both rectangles and we need to add them together 1575 440
• 10. So the Area of our unusual shape is 45 55 22 20 1575 440 + = 2015
• 11. Now try these other shapes by clicking on them Practical Application 1 Practical Application 2 Practical Application 3 15 20 36 8 10 24 10 8 22 13
• 13. The formula for the Area of a circle is: A = π r 2 What is the area of the blue part of the donut Click here to return to try the other shapes Click here to check answer  8 10