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Curipod generated lesson: "area and perimeter of composite figures". #5-7

Updated 3 months ago

1. Word cloud

120 seconds

What is a composite figure?

2. Poll

60 seconds

What is the best way to calculate area and perimeter of composite figures?

- Using a formula
- Drawing a picture
- Guessing
- Measuring each part separately

3. Slide

60 seconds

When calculating the area and perimeter of composite figures, you can split the figure into shapes that you know the area and perimeter of, like circles, and then calculate the area and perimeter of the composite figure. The area and perimeter of a composite figure can be calculated by finding the area and perimeter of each shape and adding them together. The area and perimeter of a composite figure can be calculated without knowing the measurements of any of the individual shapes as long as the shapes are regular polygons.

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4. Poll

20 seconds

The perimeter of the figure below is 34 in. What is the length of the missing side?

- 3 in.
- 4 in.
- 6 in.
- 8 in.

5. Poll

20 seconds

What is the area of the figure below? Use 3.14 for pi.

- 12.56 cm
- 36 m
- 42.28 cm
- 48.56 cm

6. Drawings

450 seconds

Draw a sunset at the beach with a bird riding a surfboard

7. Poll

120 seconds

What is the perimeter of the figure below?

- 67 cm
- 78 cm
- 88 cm
- 90 cm

8. Poll

20 seconds

What is the are of the figure below?

- 32 ft
- 46 ft
- 136 ft
- 142 ft

9. Poll

20 seconds

The figure below is composed of a rectangular and a semicircle. What is the approximate area of the figure. Use. 3.14 for pi.

- 40 ft
- 59.25 ft
- 79.25 ft
- 118.5 ft

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