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Composite Shapes Worksheets | Area of Compound Shapes

This compilation of meticulously crafted printable area of compound shapes worksheets for students of 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade extends two levels of composite figures to prep up finding the area. Simple plane shapes like triangles, rectangles, squares, parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoids, circles, semicircles, and quadrants compose the figures in our pdf area of composite shapes worksheets. The combinations include two or more overlapping and non-overlapping shapes with whole-number and decimal dimensions. Free worksheets are also included.

Adding Area – Two Regions | Whole Numbers

Introduce children to the area addition postulate, which states that the total area of a compound shape made of two non-overlapping shapes is the sum of the individual areas. Apply it and work out this exercise.

Area of Rectilinear Figures Worksheets

Explore this section of area of complex figures worksheets for grade 2 to grade 5 to secure fundamental practice on the area of a rectilinear figure – a basic composite shape composed of non-overlapping rectangles.

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Adding Area – Two Regions | Decimals

These printable pdfs depict combinations of two shapes, such as squares and semicircles or triangles and rectangles for instance, with decimal dimensions. Sum up the individual areas for the total area.

Subtracting Area – Two Regions | Whole Numbers

Surpass your peers by finding the area of composite figures made of simple shapes that overlap. Subtract the area of the unshaded figure from the total area to arrive at the area of the shaded region.

Subtracting Area – Two Regions | Decimals

Task grade 6 and grade 7 children with completing this pack of printable area of compound shapes worksheets so they ace determining determine the area between two shapes or the area of the shaded region using subtraction.

Adding Area – 3 or More Regions | Whole Numbers

The composite shapes here comprise three or more shapes. Decompose the complex figures into simple shapes, find their areas using the whole-number measures, and combine them to calculate the total area.

Adding Area – 3 or More Regions | Decimals

Implement the additive-area method to answer these area of composite shapes worksheets. Compute the area of 3 or more shapes that compose the complex figure using the relevant formulas, and add them.

Subtracting Area – 3 or More Regions | Whole Numbers

Two or more shapes within another shape and regions sharing borders as the overlapping parts make these area of compound shapes worksheets a tough nut to crack. Solve for the area and streak ahead!

Subtracting Area – 3 or More Regions | Decimals

Accomplishing the tasks in these pdfs with decimal measures, grade 7 and grade 8 students scale the heights of finding the area of complex figures. They need to round the area to 2 decimal places if necessary.

Area of Compound Shapes | Mixed Review – Level 1

Review finding the area of compound figures with these printable worksheets. Break down each compound shape into standard shapes; obtain their areas; add or subtract them to arrive at the total area.

Area of Compound Shapes | Mixed Review – Level 2

An excellent resource to test the skills of 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students, these area of composite shapes worksheets have complex figures made of both overlapping and non-overlapping shapes.

Area of Compound Shapes on Grids

In these pdf worksheets, students determine dimensions of the decomposed shapes using the units on the X and Y axes, and calculate the area of the shaded portion of the figures displayed on the grids.

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