# Ppt on area of trapezium example

##### Imaging Anatomy of the Wrist

= carpals Volar margin = flexor retinaculum Medial margin = pisiform & hook of the hamate Lateral margin scaphoid & trapezium Proximal margin = radiocarpal joint Distal margin = MC base Contents: Flexor digitorum/of the triangular fibrocartilage (arrowhead) is also present. Diagnosis Kienbocks Disease (avascular necrosis of the lunate). Osteonecrosis of the lunate Negative ulnar variance Kienbock Lateral – lunate osteonecrosis A few anatomical variants Examples from one study: Hypoplasia of the hook of/

##### © Boardworks Ltd 2005 1 of 40 A3 Formulae KS4 Mathematics.

5 seconds © Boardworks Ltd 2005 13 of 40 Problems that lead to equations to solve What is the height of a trapezium with an area of 40 cm 2 and parallel sides of length 7 cm and 9 cm? The formula used to find the area A of a trapezium with parallel sides a and b /Formulae © Boardworks Ltd 2005 26 of 40 Formulae where the subject appears twice Sometimes the variable that we are making the subject of a formula appears twice. For example, S = 2 lw + 2 lh + 2 hw where S is the surface area of a cuboid, l is its/

##### Evolution of Single Stars Physics 360/Geol 360 John Swez.

its stellar classification identity. Despite its cooler temperature the red giant will be very luminous because of its large surface area. Red giants will have more solar winds than normal stars which will help dispel more mass/example is the Orion Nebula which you can see as the fuzzy patch in the sword part of the Orion constellation. It is about 1500 light years away and is 29 light years across. The nebula is lit up by the fluorescence of the hydrogen gas around a O-type star in the Trapezium cluster of/

##### © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. Table 6-1 An Introduction to Bone Markings (1 of 2)

bones of the arm – The humerus – Proximal area of the limb from the scapula to the elbow Contains the bones of the forearm – The radius and ulna Contains the bones of the/6-25 Bones of the Right Wrist and Hand. ULNA Styloid process of ulna Lunate Triquetrum Pisiform Hamate Metacarpal bones RADIUS Styloid process of radius Scaphoid Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate /9) Some synovial joints have additional padding – In the form of menisci – For example, in the knee Fat pads can also act as cushions Ligaments /

##### Announcing the release of VERSION 6 This Demo shows just 20 of the 10,000 available slides and takes 7 minutes to run through. Please note that in the.

-5 -8 -9 -8 -5 07 LoS Equation of Line of symmetry is x = 1 Drawing quadratic graphs of the form y = ax 2 + bx + c Example 1. Minimum point at (1, -9) Look at graphs of some trig functions? sinx + circle 90 o 180 o/ triangle) and angles on a straight line add to 180 o Take 1 identical copy of this right-angled triangle and arrange like so. Area of trapezium = ½ (a + b)(a + b) = ½ (a 2 +2ab + b 2 ) Area of trapezium is also equal to the areas of the 3 right-angled triangles. = ½ ab + ½ ab + ½ c 2 So  ½ (a 2/

##### Education Leeds 20090212 VJC Identify lines of symmetry in simple shapes and recognise shapes with no lines of symmetry. Step 1 : Talk me through what.

work out the area of a rectangle? Which two lines are parallel? Which line is perpendicular to both the red and blue lines? Draw a line which is parallel to the orange line. Give me some examples of shapes that have pairs of parallel lines. Can/it is a kite; a parallelogram; a rhombus; an isosceles trapezium? Which quadrilateral with one line of symmetry has three acute angles? Education Leeds 20090212 VJC Enlarge 2-D shapes, given a centre of enlargement and a positive whole- number scale factor. Step 7d /

##### Saturday, 30 September 2006 ©RSH Area Rectangles, Triangles and Composite Shapes.

. Work out the area of each part. Add up the separate areas. Composite Shapes Split them up. Work out the area of each part. Add up the separate areas. Notes Area = area of triangle + area of rectangle Saturday, 30 September 2006 ©RSH Trapezium (quadrilateral with 2 parallel sides) Area = ½ x (a +b) x h Trapezium (quadrilateral with 2 parallel sides) Area = ½ x (a +b) x h Notes Saturday, 30 September 2006 ©RSH Example Area = ½ x (a +b/

##### CTEQ School July 061 Monte Carlo Event Generators Peter Richardson IPPP, Durham University Durham University Lecture 1: Basic Principles of Event Generation.

and present the recent progress in a number of areas which are important for the Tevatron and LHC –Matching of matrix elements and parton showers Traditional Matching /common techniques converge faster –Trapezium rule –Simpsons rule However only if the derivatives exist and are finite. Otherwise the convergence of the Trapezium or Simpsons rule will /the new integration variable. Lets consider the example of a fixed width Breit- Wigner distribution where –M is the physical mass of the particle –m is the off-/

##### We saw yesterday that the area of a rhombus and a kite can be found using the formula: Area = OR Area = Area of a rhombus and a kite ½ × (the product of.

kite we could do the same to get the formula for a trapezium: Area = Remember the height must be the a and b are the parallel sides. Area of a trapezium PERPENDICULAR height Example 3 Find the area of the following. 32m 71m 320cm 3·7m FIRST get all lengths in metres Only use the lengths of the parallel sides and the perpendicular height 26m 22cm 27cm 11cm 25cm/

##### CS344: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (associated lab: CS386) Pushpak Bhattacharyya CSE Dept., IIT Bombay Lecture–4: Fuzzy Control of Inverted.

: i is the x-coord of the centroid of the areas given by the blue trapezium, the green trapeziums and the black trapezium -4.1 -2.5 -ve medium Required i value Centroid of three trapezoids Propositional Calculus and Puzzles/ Tautologies evaluate to T in all models. Examples: 1) 2) - e Morgan with AND Semantic Tree/Tableau method of proving tautology Start with the negation of the formula α-formula β-formula α-formula - α - formula - β - formula - α - formula Example 2: BC BC Contradictions in all paths /

##### GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Higher Tier Assessment Order Unit 2 – March Year 10 Unit 1 – June Year 10 Unit 3 – June Year 11 Notes –  A lot of Unit 2.

the area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium/

##### ANGLE AND PLANE ANGLE AND PLANE Identify Angle Adaptif Hal.: 2 ANGLE AND PLANE Determining position of line, and angle that involves point, line and.

plane 7. Width and circumference of Trapezium A B Width = ½ ( AB + CD). t t Circumference = AB + BC + CD + DA C D Example: Find the trapezium width in the picture! D E C 8 10 A B 15 Answer: Width = ½ ( AB + CD) CE = = = = Adaptif Hal.: 17 ANGLE AND PLANE Width and circumference of flat plane 8. Area width side n arranged Side n arranged which has length/

##### © Boardworks Ltd 2005 1 of 37 These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page. This icon indicates the.

) Velocity (ms –1 ) 20406080100120 2.5 5 7.5 10 0 12.5 140 In this example, the area under the graph is given by a trapezium with height 12.5 and parallel sides of length 130 and 90. Displacement = = 1375 m The first part of the graph shows an acceleration of 0.42 ms –2, the second part 0 and the last part a deceleration/

##### Finding Areas Numerically. y4y4 h y5y5 The basic idea is to divide the x-axis into equally spaced divisions as shown and to complete the top of these.

hh y3y3 y1y1 h y2y2 ab The Trapezium rule. Complete the strips to get trapezia. Add up areas of the form Simpson ’ s Rule We complete the tops of the strips as shown with parabolas. y5y5 y4y4 y3y3 y1y1 y2y2 ab x y x0123456 -0.501310 Example Rectangle Trapezium Simpson Given the following table of values, find the approximate value of using Simpson’s rule with 8 sub/

##### Our lesson Area Trapezoids Confidential.

of polygon that has three sides. Examples of triangles: Confidential Area of a Triangle The area of a triangle is given by "half of base times height“. Area = where b  is the length of the base h  is the height of the triangle. Note: The height is the length of a line segment perpendicular to the base of/ them is 9 cm. If the area of the trapezium is 315 cm², find the sides. Answer: 20 cm, 50 cm 7. The sum of the parallel sides of a trapezoid is 0.9 m. If the area of trapezoid is 360 cm², find the /

##### Focus on English Year 5.

figurative language, considering the impact Identify and comment on writer’s use of language for effect. For example, precisely chosen adjectives, similes and personification. Identify grammatical features used by/ trapezium Know what a parallelogram is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a rhombus is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a trapezium/can name and locate some of the main islands that surround the United Kingdom. I can name the areas of origin of the main ethnic groups in /

##### Joints and fractures.

break all the way through. Diagnose it by placing a tuning fork on the bone, but not at the area of tenderness…the vibration travels down the shaft of the bone until it reaches the fracture site. This will be very painful if it is a stress fracture/ convex in one plane and concave in the other. They fit together like a rider on a saddle. Examples are at the base of the thumb (between the trapezium and metacarpal I). Saddle joints are biaxial joints; in primate anatomy, allows for the opposable thumb Ball and/

##### Year 6 Focus on English. Year 6 Objectives: Spoken Language Listen carefully and adapt talk to the demands of different contexts, purposes and audiences.

antonyms (For example, big, little, large) Use of the passive voice to affect the presentation of information in a/of their properties Know the properties of rectangles such as parallelogram; trapezium; rhombus Know that the total of the three angles of any triangle adds up to 180˚ Use a protractor to measure individual angles of a triangle Draw a triangle given size of sides and angle sizes Know that the four angles of/ Ltd 201433 Shape and Measures Calculate area of parallelograms and triangles Data: Draw, /

##### MOTION 1.Motion and Rest 2.Distance and Displacement 3.Uniform Motion 4.Non-uniform Motion 5.Speed 6.Velocity 7.Acceleration 8.Equations of Uniformly Accelerated.

man. Both the cars are moving w.r.t. a stationary man. Both the cars are at rest w.r.t. each other. In the examples of motion of ball and car, man is considered to be at rest (stationary). But, the man is standing on the Earth and the Earth itself moves around / CB) s = ½ x t x (u + v) s = ½ x t x (u + u + at) s = ½ x (2ut + at 2 ) s = ut + ½ at 2 Third equation of motion The area of trapezium OABC gives the distance travelled. s = ½ x OC x (OA + CB) s = ½ x t x (u + v) (v + u) = 2s t From the first equation/

##### Area & Volume Learning Outcomes  Find the area of square, rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, kites, trapezia and shapes which are composites.

them Area & Volume Area of Shapes Trapezium One pair of parallel sides Total area = bh + ½.ah - ½.bh = ½.bh + ½.ah = h / 2 (a+b) Area 1 → b × h h b a 2 1 a - b Area 2 → ½ (a – b) × h Area of a trapezium = ½ (a +b) × h = h / 2 (a+b) Area & Volume Area of Shapes Parallelogram Area = a × b = length × perp. height a b Kite Area = ½ ab = ½ × length × width b a Area & Volume Area of Shapes Find the area of the/

##### What can we do without using similarity and congruency? Zhao Dongsheng Mathematics and Mathematics Education National Institute of Education Mathematics.

is not too complicated and the method(s) is representative For instance, AAS test for congruency, Midpoint Theorem, Intercept Theorem, Intersecting Chord Theorem Computation & proof Computations often involve proofs Example Given the trapezium ABCD with ∠ ABC a right angle. Find the area of the shaded region. 4cm 10cm 6cm Without using similarity and congruency of triangles, what we can do is very limited. Thank you!

##### Confidential1. 2 Find the area: 1. Base = 10 cm, height = 2 cm 2. Base = 6 m, height = 4 m Find the base of the triangle: 3. area = 96 cm 2, height =

:5. The perpendicular distance between them is 9 cm. If the area of the trapezium is 315 cm², find the sides. 7. The sum of the parallel sides of a trapezoid is 0.9 m. If the area of trapezoid is 360 cm², find the perpendicular distance between the parallel sides. Your Turn Confidential17 8.The area of a trapezoid is 210 cm²and its height is 14 cm/

##### Maths Test Tips. Place Value Remember where the digits are and what they are worth. Remember the names of the place value columns. The decimal point never.

perimeter is 9+9+9+9=36cm Area To calculate area you need to multiply one side by another. So if a square has a side of 9cm you have to do 9x9=81cm/ 5. Factors Factors are numbers you multiply together to get another number. Example: 2 and 3 are factors of 6, because 2 × 3 = 6. If they only have 2 factors then/ pushed over square and a parallelogram is a rectangle pushed over. Trapezium has a pair of parallel lines. Kite has two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal. Triangles An equilateral triangle has three/

##### Area and Volume You will be able to use the correct unit for different measurements. use formula to find the area of shapes. find the volume of a prism.

2 m 4.5 m 7 mm 5 mm Area = ½ x 7 x 5 = 17.5 mm 2 The Area of a TrapeziumArea = ½ the sum of the parallel sides x the perpendicular height A = ½(a + b)h a b h  b ½h a Area of trapezium = area of parallelogram A = ½(a + b)h A/ cross-sectional area. Triangular-based prism Rectangular-based prism Pentagonal-based prism Hexagonal-based prism Octagonal-based prism Circular-based prism Cylinder Cuboid Find the volume of the following prisms. Diagrams Not to scale In each of the following examples the cross-/

##### Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

2 ) and Ozone (O 3 ) are examples of allotropes,having different chemical and physical properties. STEP II Table 4.3 Properties of allotropes of oxygen PropertiesOxygen(O 2 )Ozone (O 3/in summer. In installing this unit, it was ensured that the quality of ground in the area was not affected. 1. MRL has installed non-chromate type treatment /and generator sets are primarily responsible for polluting the ambient air around the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ). Both inside and outside, the marble has decayed and yellow /

##### THE SKELETON. Composed of bones, cartilages, joints, and ligaments, accounts for about 20% of body mass (30 pounds in a 160 pound person) –Bones make.

facial bones and are named according to the specific bones they connect –Examples: Frontonasal suture Occipitomastoid suture ANTERIOR SKULL POSTERIOR SKULL Overview of Skull Geography The anterior aspect of the skull is formed by facial bones, and the remainder is formed /posterior to the ear –Anchoring site for some neck muscles –Full of air cavities (mastoid sinuses: air cells) Position adjacent to the middle ear cavity (high-risk area for infections spreading from the throat) puts it at risk for /

##### Analyzing Longitudinal Quality of Life Outcome Data Stephen J. Walters, PhD Professor of Medical Statistics and Clinical Trials School of Health and Related.

only be regressed on x 1i in stage (2). Examples of summary measures include the Area Under the Curve (AUC) or the overall mean of post-randomisation measures. 15 Summary measures 16 17 Area Under the Curve (AUC) 18 Calculation of the AUC The area can be split into a series of shapes called trapeziums. The areas of the separate individual trapeziums are calculated and then summed for each patient. Let Y/

##### Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

2 ) and Ozone (O 3 ) are examples of allotropes,having different chemical and physical properties. STEP II Table 4.3 Properties of allotropes of oxygen PropertiesOxygen(O 2 )Ozone (O 3/in summer. In installing this unit, it was ensured that the quality of ground in the area was not affected. 1. MRL has installed non-chromate type treatment /and generator sets are primarily responsible for polluting the ambient air around the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ). Both inside and outside, the marble has decayed and yellow /

##### Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e1 Chapter 7 The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton Lecture Outline.

sitting in that saddle Biaxial –Circumduction allows tip of thumb travel in circle –Opposition allows tip of thumb to touch tip of other fingers Exampletrapezium of carpus and metacarpal of the thumb Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e172 TYPES OF SYNOVIAL JOINTS In a ball-and-socket joint, the ball-shaped surface of one bone fits into the cuplike depression of another (Figure 9.10f). Movements are flexion-extension/

##### © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 9 Opener. © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Table 9-1 Functional and Structural Classifications of Articulations (Part.

5 of 6) Saddle joint Trapezium Metacarpal bone of thumb III II Movement: biaxial Examples: First carpometacarpal joint © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 9-6 Synovial Joints (Part 6 of 6) Ball-and-socket joint Humerus Scapula Movement: triaxial Examples: Shoulder/Discs Normal intervertebral disc Slipped disc Compressed area of spinal nerve Nucleus pulposus of herniated disc Spinal nerve Spinal cord Anulus fibrosus T 12 L1L1 L2L2 A lateral view of the lumbar region of the spinal column, showing a distorted/

##### 13 Vectors in Two-dimensional Space Case Study

scalar is a quantity which has magnitude only. For example, displacement, velocity and force are vectors. For example, distance, temperature and area are scalars. 13.1 Concepts of Vectors and Scalar B. Representation of a Vector The directed line segment from point X/vectors in terms of a and c. (a) (b) Solution: (a) (b) Example 13.11T 13.3 Vectors in the Rectangular Coordinate System B. Point of Division Example 13.11T The figure shows that the trapezium ABCD with AB // DC. E is the mid-point of AB such /

##### COMPETITION. Utilization of a large focal spot will result in: a.greater concentration of heat on the anode b.decreased concentration of heat on the anode.

c.on the abdomen level Be.d below the waist level 65. In a double-contrast barium enema examination, the primary area of interest for a 45 dergree RAO projection is the: a.rectum b.splenic flexure c.hepatic flexure d.sigmoid colon An/42. Which of the following carpal bones is the most frequently fractured? a.hamate b.scaphoid c.trapezium d.pisiform The reduction of radiation intensity due to scattering and absorption is called ____. A.reflection B.refraction C.attenuation D.dispersion Which of the following /

##### Structures on the Posterior Aspect of the Wrist Structures pass superficial to the Extensor retinaculum 1- Dorsal (posterior) cutaneous branch of the ulnar.

- variable small area of anesthesia over the dorsum of the hand and the dorsal surface of the roots of the lateral three and/of the middle and distal phalanges of the same fingers. 43 Joints Joint (articulation, arthrosis): a point of contact between two bones The jxn. Between neighboring bones Joint Classifications: (3 types) 1. Fibrous: bone-CT- bone Examples/of the ulnar nerve Laterally: The radial artery Wrist Joint 60 Carpometacarpal Joint of the Thumb Articulation: Between the trapezium and the base of/

##### WeekActivitySkills 1 The Largest Crowds Ever Using the vocabulary of integers, powers and roots to quantify some of the largest public gatherings ever.

the area of 2D rectilinear shapes to discover the size of various set designs. 5Dance Star Investigating mathematical definitions and descriptions of different dance genres. 6 Plotting Physical Theatre Constructing a range of loci using a ruler and compass to represent movement or position according to a certain rule. 7 Plotting Physical Theatre Applying construction and loci skills to a range of physical theatre and dance examples/

##### Estimating the Area Under a Curve Aims: To be able to calculate an estimate for the area under a curve. To decide if this is an over estimate or an under.

up our method. Area of a Trapezium a b h Questions Estimating What do we mean by estimating? Why might we estimate a value? Estimating area under curves 10 5 0 1 2 3 A B C Below is the graph of y = 10 – x 2 We are interested in finding the area under the curve /integration7Trap&taskID=2060 The explanation on page 2 shows us a slightly quicker way. Example on page 3 Step by Step 1.Sketch the curve with strips drawn on and x-axis labels. 2.Make a table of x and y values. 3.Put the y values into the formula: 4./

##### AREAS USING INTEGRATION. We shall use the result that the area, A, bounded by a curve, y = f(x), the x axis and the lines x = a, and x = b, is given by:

. I = 2 1 x 2 dx x 33x 33       2 1 =    2 332 33    = 1 331 33       – 7373 = 8383 1313 – 7373 = Example 2: Find the area enclosed by the curve y = 3x 2 – 6x and the x axis. Firstly we need to find where the curve crosses the x-axis. 0 = 3x 2 – 6x x/= –x 2 – 4x + 5 dx 5 1 2x dx 5 1 51 x = 1 or 5 Note: The 1 st part of the integral 2x dx 5 1 i.e. ( the area under the line) could be found by calculating the area of a trapezium. 6x6x 5 1 – x 2 – 5 dx R = 3x23x2 x 33x 33 –    – 5x 5 1 = ( /

##### Yes you do need to write this.

information given. One to try 6cm 7cm Area = 6 x 7 =42 cm2 Triangle Area = ½ bh ( ‘h’ is the vertical height) b b Trapezium (a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides) b Add together the parallel sides, divide by 2 and then multiply by the distance between them. Area = (a + b) x h 2 Example 2cm 10cm 5cm Area = (2 + 5) x 10 2 = 3.5/

##### Aims: To be able to use the Mid-ordinate rule to calculate an estimate for the area. To be able to check your estimated answer with the acurate one using.

Rule y x The Mid-ordinate Rule is similar to the Trapezium Rule. It uses a series of rectangles of equal width to estimate the area under a graph between two points a and b. The height of each rectangle is determined by the height of the curve at the m_________________ of the interval.  hy 1 + hy 2 + hy/ OPTN, F4 (calc), F4 (intergrate) enter X^3,1,5) press EXE 156 The Mid-ordinate Rule Area  h(y 1 + y 2 + y 3 +... + y n-1 + y n ) x y = f(x) 0.25 Example Question 4 1 A   /3(0.25 + 1 + 0.25) = 1.57 (2 dp/

##### Connecting our SUVAT equations to velocity/time graphs, an alternative view of derivation.

2.To show a connection between the SUVAT equations & velocity/time graphs 3.To work through lots more examples of using the SUVAT equations Book Reference : Pages 112-118 Consider some generalised motion, starting with an initial velocity/areas: For the rectangle : area = ut For the triangle :area = ½ base x height area = ½ t (v – u) Total area = ut + ½ t (v – u) 2s = 2ut + t(v – u) s = (u + v)t (SUVAT 2) 2 An alternative view: We are actually trying to find the area of a trapezium which is:- Half the sum of/

##### Chapter 3: Steady uniform flow in open channels

do not change wrt space (position) or time. Velocity and cross-sectional area of the stream of fluid are the same at each cross-section. E.g. flow of liquid through a pipe of uniform bore running completely full at constant velocity. UiTMSarawak/ FCE/ BCBidaun/ / FCE/ BCBidaun/ ECW301 UiTMSarawak/ FCE/ BCBidaun/ ECW301 Example 3.4 (Douglas, 2006) An open channel has a cross section in the form of trapezium with the bottom width B of 4 m and side slopes of 1 vertical to 11/2 horizontal. Assuming that the /

##### The potential of posing more challenging mathematics tasks and ways of supporting students to engage in such tasks. Peter Sullivan Sullivan MAT Nov 2013.

work on more challenging mathematics, there are still some who require substantial support. The workshop will explore examples of tasks with low "floors" but high "ceilings" that allow all students to engage with the tasks/ and areas of parallelograms, trapeziums, rhombuses and kites Investigate the relationship between features of circles such as circumference, area, radius and diameter. Use formulas to solve problems involving circumference and area Develop the formulas for volumes of rectangular and/

##### Volume & Surface Area of Solids Revision of Area

kite www.mathsrevision.com Parallelogram Trapezium Circle Compiled by Mr. Lafferty Maths Dept. Area Level 4 Learning Intention Success Criteria We are revising area of basic shapes. Know formulae. Use formulae correctly. www.mathsrevision.com Show working and appropriate units. 11-Apr-17 Compiled by Mr. Lafferty Maths Dept. Area Example : Find the area of the V – shape kite. Level 4 Example : Find the area of the V – shape kite. 4cm/

##### Level 4 Mathematical Similarity www.mathsrevision.com Calculating Scale Factor Similar Triangles Parallel Line Triangles Scale Factor in 2D (Area) Scale.

In the diagram below BE is parallel to CD and all measurements are as shown. (a)Calculate the length CD (b)Calculate the perimeter of the Trapezium EBCD 4.8 m 6 m 4 m 4.5 m 10 m A C D 8 cm 3 cm 7.5 cm So perimeter /area with sides 2 units long. Draw an area with sides 4 units long. 2 2 4 4 Area of Similar Shape 4cm 2cm 12cm 6cm Small Area = 4 x 2 = 8cm 2 Large Area = 12 x 6 = 72cm 2 Connection ? Another example of similar area ? Work out the area of each shape and try to link AREA and SCALE FACTOR Large Area/

##### Homework... Luke set the homework Integration and Areas II Aims: To be able to find the area enclosed between two curves. To be able to evaluate an integral.

able to evaluate an integral to infinity ∞ The Area Between A Line and a Curve A kind example with give you the points of intersection. You have two choices... 1: Find the area below the line between x=1 and x=3. Or 1: Find the area of the trapezium/triangle below the line 2: Then find the area below the curve between x=1 and x=3/

##### Geometric Shapes and Area

circumscribed polygon is a polygon drawn around a circle Area of Triangle The area of a triangle can be calculated by b = base h = height A = area h b   Quadrilaterals A quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon. Examples include the square, rhombus, trapezoid, and trapezium: Parallelograms A parallelogram is a four-sided polygon with both pairs of opposite sides parallel. Examples include the square, rectangle, rhombus, and rhomboid. A/

##### Term 3 : Unit 2 Coordinate Geometry

, you will learn how to find the areas of rectilinear figures given their vertices. 7.2 Areas of Triangles and Quadrilaterals Objectives In this lesson you will learn how to find the areas of rectilinear figures given their vertices. Coordinate Geometry Area of Triangles ABC is a triangle. We will find its area. Construct points D and E so that ADEC is a trapezium. Example Construct points D, E and F/

##### draw and label the shape Warm up #3 Page 11 draw and label the shape 1. The area of a rectangular rug is 40 yd 2. If the width of the rug is 10 yd, what.

you try...find the surface area! Example: C B SideAreaNo of Sides Area 2m 11m 2m To find the surface area of a shape, we calculate the total area of all of the faces. A cuboid has 6 faces. The top and the bottom of the cuboid have the same area. Surface area of a cuboid To find the surface area of a shape, we calculate the total area of all of the faces. A cuboid has 6/

##### GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Higher Tier Teaching Order Unit 2 – Year 10 Unit 1 – Year 10 Unit 3 – Year 11 Notes – A lot of Unit 2 time has been given.

the area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium/

##### GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Foundation Tier Assessment Order Unit 2 – March Year 10 Unit 1 – June Year 10 Unit 3 – June Year 11 Notes –  A lot of Unit.

the area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium/

##### Geometric Shapes and Area Shape Shape describes the two-dimensional contour that characterizes an object or area, in contrast to a three-dimensional.

terms inscribed and circumscribed are associated with the creation of triangles and other polygons, as well as area calculations. Triangles Area of a Triangle The area of a triangle can be calculated by.5(bh). b = base h = height A = area A =.5(bh) Quadrilaterals A quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon. Examples include the square, rhombus, trapezoid, and trapezium: Parallelograms A parallelogram is a four-sided polygon with/