What is the area of this compound figure ?

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What is the area of this compound figure ?

[tex]What is the area of this compound figure ?[/tex]

150

Step-by-step explanation:

10^2+(10^2)/2

100+(100/2)

100+50

150 square units

The area for the triangle is 32.

The area for the rectangle is 12.

To find answer for triangle

Multiply the length x width. Which are the two 8's. Then divide by 2 because it's half a triangle.

8 x 8 divided by 2 = 32

To find answer for rectangle

Multiply length x higher which is the 6 and 2.

6 x 2 ( no division necessary ) = 12

150

Step-by-step explanation:

The formula for the area of a triangle is (1/2)(b)(h)

1/2(10)(10)

5(10)

50 is the area of the triangle.

The formula for the area of a square is bh

10(10)

100 is the area of the square.

100+50=150.

150 square units is the area of the composite figure.

(8*6)+(30*5)+(12^2/4*pi)

=48+150+36pi

= 36[tex]\pi[/tex]+198

It depends on the figure.

Step-by-step explanation:

The compound figures we're generally concerned with are combinations of rectangles, triangles, circles or parts of circles, with or without cutouts of those shapes. The area is the sum of the areas of the component shapes, less the areas of any cutouts.

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Consider the attached examples:

7) This is half a circle together with two triangles. Or, the two triangles can be considered to be a rectangle with a triangular cutout.

The area is the sum of the areas of the semicircle and the rectangle, less the area of the triangular cutout.

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8) This can be considered as a square with a square cutout. The area is the difference between the area of the larger square and the area of the smaller one. Alternatively, one can find the area by finding the length of the centerline of the shaded area and multiplying that by the width of the shaded area.

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9) The area of this figure can be considered to be the total of the area of the bottom rectangle and the top triangle. Alternatively, one can cut the figure into two trapezoids (with a vertical line) and sum their areas.

[tex]How do you find the area of a compound figure[/tex]

It's easy and simple!

Step-by-step explanation: Split it into rectangles and multiply the height and length. Than add it together and Then you have your answer.

12 cm

Explanation

:&:837:747

(18+15)(12+18+4) = 33*34 = 1122

now subtract areas from 1122:

1122 - (18*4) - (12*9) - (10*15) - (24*15/2)

=1122- 72 - 108 - 150 - 180

=612 km^2

hoping this helps 🙂

Is 44yd^2 do you get it?

[tex]What is the area of this compound figure ?[/tex]

145cm. Please make my answer the brainiest.