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  • one year ago

Find the area of the complex figure, Not drawn to scale

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  3. anonymous
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    Hi. To solve this problem, you need to break this complex shape into shapes you are able to find the area for. All these separate shapes will have areas and you can add these areas together to get the total area of the complex shape.

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    To start, you should break this shape into simpler shapes.

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