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Area of Rectangles | Unit conversion

Convert the length/width to the specified units, multiply the length and width, and calculate the area of the rectangle.

Area of Triangles | Fractions

Change mixed numbers to fractions, and multiply half the base length and height to determine the area of the triangles.

Area of Quadrilaterals | Whole Numbers

Use the appropriate formulas, and figure out the area of regular quadrilaterals like squares, trapezoids, and more.

Area of Trapezoids | Decimals

Substitute the given lengths in the formula A = (a + b).h/2, and find the area of right, isosceles, and scalene trapezoids.

Area of a Rhombus | Integers

Half the product of the two diagonal lengths will give the area of rhombuses.

Area of Kites | Decimals

Multiply the indicated diagonal lengths offered as decimals, and divide the product by 2 to arrive at the area of a kite.

Area of Parallelograms | Integers

Plug the integer dimensions of the parallelogram in the formula A = bh, and solve for its area.

Area of Regular Polygons using Apothem

Find the perimeter of the polygons using their side lengths; multiply half the perimeter and apothem to obtain their area.

Area of Mixed Shapes | Whole Numbers

Calculate the areas of plane figures like circles, rectangles, kites, and more using their dimensions in the relevant formulas.

Area of Compound Figures | Adding Regions

Decompose the compound figures made of 3 or more plane figures, find the individual areas, and add them up.

Area of Composite Figures | Subtracting Regions

Find the area of the outer figure, and subtract the areas of the figures inscribed on it to arrive at the area of the shaded region.

Area of Isosceles Triangles | Integers

Recall that the altitude of an isosceles triangle is a median; find the altitude using the Pythagorean theorem; compute the area.

Area of Mixed Shapes | Unit Conversion

Convert the dimensions to the required units, apply the apt formulas, and work out the areas of a variety of plane figures.

Area of Equilateral Triangles | Integers

Substitute the side length(a) in the formula A = √3.a2/4, and simplify to calculate the area of an equilateral triangle.

Missing Parameter using the Area | Whole Numbers

Identify the quadrilateral, plug the known values in the appropriate area formulas, and solve for the missing dimension.