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Area

Math extra credit-(area)
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D C

on 9 February 2011

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Transcript of Area

Area For those who don't know what *area* is,
area is a number of square units needed to cover a given surface. What does babyfood
got to do with MATH!?!? F R U A O M L S No silly.. not that
formula..the formula
to find the area of a shape
or surface...DUH!! Let's start off
with something
easy! SQUARES: IN ORDER TO FIND
THE AREA OF
SOMETHING YOU
NEED TO KNOW THE
FORMULA. Formula: Area= L x W L= Length W= Width Find the Area 6 Inches 6
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n
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h
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s Figure out what shape it is.
What are the measurements.
Multiply the measurements.
Find the units of measurement. Anwser- a=36
or area=6x6=36 1-
2-
3-
4- Easy right?
Let's do a different shape Rectangles!!! 120 yards 53.3
y
a
r
d
s the formula
is the same for
the rectangles
as it is for the square. Lenth-120 yds
width-53.3 yrds 12o
x 53.3
36.0
360.0
+6000.0
6396.0 The area of the
***steeler*** football
field is 6396 now let's do triangles! Square l-6 & w-6 6 x 6 = 36 inches Ok lets do Trangles 6
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n
c
h
e
s 4 Inches Triangle formula: 1 2 __ Base x Height B= Base
H= Height --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Dont worry... It's easy 4 inches 6
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n
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h
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s
Figure out the base.
Cut it in half/Divide it by 2.
Find the height.
Multiply height and the new base.
There is your awnser. 1

2

3
4

5 4 inches 4 / 2 = 2 6 inches 6 x 2 = 12 a=12 Easy Right; Lets try Circles Circle Formula:
Area = 3.14r2
r=radius 2=squared The definition is from-Holt Reader Online Math Textbook
Pictures-Bing Formulas-Mathisfun.com Field information-Wiki.anwser.com D c 8th period- math 5
Mrs.A 7b math 3.14 x 13 = 530.66 see area is easy!!
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