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Area and Perimeter of Irregular Shapes

Area and Perimeter of Irregular Shapes

 
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Author: Kelsey Hennen
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This packet covers how to find the area and perimeter of irregular shapes.

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Steps to find the perimeter

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.

Perimeter Practice

Step-by-step examples of how to find the perimeter of irregular shapes.

Steps to find the area

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).

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    Jos Peace 21 days ago

    how do you do it with a cross shaped irregular polygon??????

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    carissa kelly 4 months ago

    I need help solving this problem

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    carissa kelly 4 months ago

    how do I work this problem

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    mansi gurvani 6 months ago

    bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

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    Hewan Tamrat 6 months ago

    How to find a perimeter for irregular polygon when only 3 side is given.

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    Christian Andersen 11 months ago

    Check out KLONK Image Measurement to measure the size of irregular shapes. http://www.imagemeasurement.com

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    Inzha Siddi 12 months ago

    what happens if you get a shape that has a smaller rectangle inside it and u have to find the perimeter?

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    Oh, the Co2 is 50, of course you know you divide that by 0.8

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    Sam, Using the Alveolar Air Equation Calculate the PA02 on an Fio2 of 50% and the Aa gradient with a Pa02 of 80. Just simple math. Oh, the pB is 747 and the atm.H20 tension is 44. Still feel like a bright boy?

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    sam yoloswagmasternoscope over 1 year ago

    how dont u people get this i get it easily and im 13

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