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Geometric configurations that do not conform to standardized shapes (squares, triangles, circles, etc.) can still have their areas determined. They can be calculated by dividing the given parcel into known shapes (and thus formulae) and then calculating the areas of each, and combining their values.

Q: How do you calculate the square meters area of an oddly shaped area?

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Divide your oddly shaped room into smaller standard shapes. Calculate each smaller shape's area then add all of your answers together.

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Split the area up into shapes for which you can work out the area: rectangles and triangles. Then the area of the original room is the sum of all the areas.

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