MATH SOLVE

7 months ago

Q:
# Find The Area Of The Composite Figure and SHOW YOUR WORK ANYONE WHO SHOWS WORK WILL BE MARKED BRAINLIEST

Accepted Solution

A:

Alright.

We have to split the figure up. For instance, we can make it so we have 2 squares up top and one rectangle on the bottom.

Let's find the area of the squares.

We know that the width of the left square = 12 m and that the length of the right square = 23 m.Β

[tex]A=L*W[/tex]

so we have 12m * 23m = 276 m^2. But there are two squares, so let's add another value (or multiply by 2).

276m + 276m = 552 m.

Now, let's solve for the rectangle. In order to find the height, use the width value from the left square, 12 m, and subtract from 31 m.

31 - 12 m = 19m

We already know the width, so let's use the area formula!

19m * 69m = 1,311m^2

Now, let's add up the values for the final answer

1,311 + 552 = total area of 1,863m^2

We have to split the figure up. For instance, we can make it so we have 2 squares up top and one rectangle on the bottom.

Let's find the area of the squares.

We know that the width of the left square = 12 m and that the length of the right square = 23 m.Β

[tex]A=L*W[/tex]

so we have 12m * 23m = 276 m^2. But there are two squares, so let's add another value (or multiply by 2).

276m + 276m = 552 m.

Now, let's solve for the rectangle. In order to find the height, use the width value from the left square, 12 m, and subtract from 31 m.

31 - 12 m = 19m

We already know the width, so let's use the area formula!

19m * 69m = 1,311m^2

Now, let's add up the values for the final answer

1,311 + 552 = total area of 1,863m^2