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Monday, April 2, 2012

Trapezoid areas!

Tonight's homework is the blue trapezoid worksheet.  Break the shapes up into a rectangle and triangle(s) and find the areas of the smaller shapes.  Add them together to find the total area!

Some examples from class:

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1 comment:

  1. A trapezium has no parallel sides and any quadrilateral drawn randomly would probably be a trapezium and if the quadrilateral had one pair of parallel sides then it is a trapezoid and if both pairs of sides are parallel its a parallelogram.
    Formula: Average width × Altitude