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A.May Group Title

How do you find the area of composite figures?

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    What is composite figure? Post the actual question.

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    well i cant post the actual question cause it is 2 or more shapes put together and i dont know how to post shapes

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    Different terms are used in different part of the country and different parts of the world. We may not know what you are referring to when you say composite figures. So if you could tell us what course, what area of math, we could be more helpful. We have no idea as it is.

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    just forget it

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