1. Find all of the missing sides of the irregular shape by either:
- comparing parallel sides
- breaking the shape down into smaller shapes
2. Find the sum of all of the outside edges.
Step-by-step examples of how to find the perimeter of irregular shapes.
1. Break down the irregular shapes into smaller shapes.
2. Find the edges of the smaller shapes.
3. Calculate the area of each small shape.
4. Add all of the areas of the small shapes (the sum will be the area of the irregular shape).
I can not seem to understand how this works call me dumb but I don't remember doing this and my daughter needs help
how do you do the area for irregular shapes
how do i find an area of a disk like a cd
how do you get the area????
how do youfind the permiter?
find all of the units of the shape and add them up
tip to remember what to do for area or perimiter:
when you see perimiter remember that you add all the sides a a way to remember that is there is a "T" in the word perimiter and it looks like a addition sign
add all of the numbers up
how do you find it ?!??!? i mean like what about a triangle . how do you find the area and the perimeter of it ? you know the little squares some of them are not all completely fillled in . do we just measure it with a ruler or something ? please answer .
i need a better explanation on the area
What about shapes with open middles
i am so confused
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