Break the area into squares, rectangles and triangles and add together.
no,we can divide the figure into squares,rectangles and triangles
To estimate area enclosed between the x-axis and a curve on a certain bounded region you can use rectangles or parallelograms.
The formula for the area of a square is simply L2 (sometimes referred to as s2 ) where L (s) is the length of one side. The formula for the area of a rectangle is LW, where L is the length and W is the width. The formula for the area of a rectangle can be used to find the area of a square, but the formula for the area of a square cannot be used to find the area of a rectangle. This is because by definition, all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.
They are the lines joining the opposite corners. To find them you will need to look for them!
Base times height
base multiplied by the height
Because they (IMO) have the simplest area to find, to just square side. Triangles are half of a square Rectangles are uneven. Circles are rounded, and hard to find the area of. Plus, a square has 2 equal dimensions, so think 2D.
you can't have circumference with a square. if the have the perimeter(the distance around it) you divide it by four then multiply it by two. this only works with squares, not rectangles.
You have to subdivide the shape into squares and rectangles Square & Rectangle= Length X Width Triangle= Base X Height
Squares, circles, rectangles, trapeziums, hexagons, pentagons, octagons
all you do is find the area of the circle... if you mean find the squares area, find the area of the circle, and then the square's area and subtract the squares area to the circles area