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Q: How do you find the area of a diamond shape?

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You would find the area of the inside and outside shape (pretending that the inside shape was not in the outside shape). then, you would take the area of the outside shape and subtract the area of the inside shape.

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how do you find the area of a diamond? Yes I believe that is the question now answer it because I don't know!!

you can't? a number isn't a shape. you can find the area of a closed shape, or the surface area of a 3D shape, but not just a number.

To find the area, first divide the shape into regular, simple shapes. Then use formulas to find the area of the smaller, regular shapes. Lastly, add up all the smaller areas to find the area of the original shape.

You times the length by width, to get the area of the 2D shape.

Such as? If you can break the shape up into triangles you can find the area that way. Or, you can get into calculus-based equations if you have an equation for the random shape.

To find the area, first divide the shape into regular, simple shapes. Then use formulas to find the area of the smaller, regular shapes. Lastly, add up all the smaller areas to find the area of the original shape.

To find the area, first divide the shape into regular, simple shapes. Then use formulas to find the area of the smaller, regular shapes. Lastly, add up all the smaller areas to find the area of the original shape.

Fill in the blanks so that the shape makes a square and find the area of that. Then find the area of the shape you added. When you have both areas, subtract the greater from the smaller.

Area = length * width

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