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Special Right .Triangles 100


Solve for x & y.
x y

60 12

Special Right Triangles 100

X = 24 Y = 123

Special Right Triangles 200


Solve for x & y.
x 45 12 y

Special Right Triangles 200

X = 12 2 Y = 12

Special Right Triangles 300


Solve for x & y.
x 18

60 y

Special Right Triangles 300


X = 12 3 Y = 6 3

Special Right Triangles 400


Find the area of a regular triangle whose apothem is 16 m.

Special Right Triangles 400


7683
2 m

Special Right Triangles 500


If the altitude of an equilateral triangle is 30cm, find the area and the perimeter of the triangle.

Special Right Triangles 500

P = 603 cm 2 A = 3003 cm

Parallelograms 100
Find the area of a parallelogram that has a base of 16 in and a height of 5 in.

Parallelograms 100
80
2 in

A = base X height = 16 X 5 = 80 in2

Parallelograms 200
12 in 3 in
4 in

Find the area of the parallelogram

Parallelograms 200
48
2 in

Area of a parallelogram A = base X height = 16 X 3 = 48 in2

Parallelograms 300
Given the area of a parallelogram is 84 ft2 and is has a base of 12 ft. Find the height.

Parallelograms 300
h = 7 cm
Area = base X height 84 = 12 X h 84/12 = h 7 = h

Parallelograms 400
18 mm 10 mm
6 mm

Find the area of the parallelogram.

Parallelograms 400
192
2 mm

First find the height by using the Pythagorean theorem 62 + b2 = 102 b = 8 Second find the area by plugging in the base and the height. A = 24 X 8 = 192 mm2

Parallelograms 500
5m 12 m 13 m

What is the probability of landing in the shaded region?

Parallelograms 500
72%
First find the area of the whole shape. A = 18 X 12 = 216 Second find the area of the parallelogram. A = 13 X 12 = 156 Third find the probability 156/216 = .722222

Triangles 100
Find the area of a triangle that has a base of 16 in and a height of 9 in.

Triangles 100
72
2 in

Area = base X height = 16 X 9 = 72

Triangles 200
Given the area of a triangle is 64 m2 and the base length is 16 m, find the height.

Triangles 200
8 m
Area of a triangle = base X height 64 = (16 x h) 128 = 16 x h 8 = h

Triangles 300
13 cm
5 cm

19 cm

Find the area of the triangle.

Triangles 300
144 cm2
First find the height of the triangle 52 + b2 = 132 b = 12 cm Plug in the height and the base to find the area A = (12 x 24) A = 144 cm2

Triangles 400

16 ft

Find the area of the equilateral triangle.

Triangles 400
111.2 ft2
First find the height using the Pythagorean theorem 82 + b2 = 162 b = 13.8 ft Second, find the area A = (16 X 13.8) = 111.2 ft2

Triangles 500
4 cm

5 cm

6 cm

What is the probability of landing in the shaded region?

Triangles 500
55%

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 100


Find the area of a kite where d1 is 10 cm and d2 is 15 cm.

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 100


75 cm2
Area of a kite = (d1 X d2) = (10 X 15) = 75 cm2

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 200


Given the area of a rhombus is 253 ft2 and the length of d1 is 11 ft, find the length of d2.

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 200


46 feet
Area of a kite = (d1 X d2) 253 = (11 X d2) 506 = 11d2 46 = d2

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 300


10 cm

5 cm

17 cm

Find the area of the trapezoid.

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 300

Area of a trapezoid = (b1 + b2)h = (10 + 17)5 = (27)(5) = 67.5 cm2

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 400


10 cm
6 cm

Find the area of the rhombus.

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 400


96
2 cm

First use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the second diagonal 62 + b2 = 102 b = 8 d2 = 16 Area of a rhombus = d1 X d2 = (12 X 16)

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 500


12 cm

8 cm

What is the probability of landing in the shaded region?

Trapezoid Rhombus Kite 500


50%

Find the area and circumference of the circle.

Circles100

17 cm

Circles100
Area = 72.25 Circumference = 17 cm
2 cm

Area of a circle = r2 = (8.5)2 cm2


= 72.25 cm2

Given this circle, what is the arc length of arc AB?

Circles200

45

5m A

Circles200
5 m 4
Arc length = 45 (2)(5m) 360

Circles300
Find the area of the sector

10 cm

30

Circles300
25 cm2 3
Area Sector = 30 ()(10cm)2 360

Circles400
Find the area of the segment
5 cm 90

Circles400
7.125 cm2

What is the probability of a dart landing in the pink area?

Circles500

12 cm

Circles500
1/4

Polygons 100
Calculate the area of this regular pentagon
8 ft

7 ft

Circles100
140
2 ft

Area of a regular polygon = asn = (7 X 8 X 5) = 140 ft2

Polygons 200

10 ft

The area of the regular polygon is 240 ft2, find the length of its apothem

Polygons 200
6 ft
A = asn 240 = (a X 10 X 8) 480 = 80a 6 = a

Polygons 300
Find the area of a regular decagon with a perimeter of 45 cm and an apothem of 13.8 cm.

Polygons 300
310.5
2 cm

Polygons 400
Find the area of this regular polygon, given the following information:.

8 cm

12 cm

Polygons 400
190.8
2 cm
First find the apothem using the Pythagorean theorem. Second, plug in what you know to find the area

Polygons 500
Find the area of this regular polygon with the given radius:

8 cm

Polygons 500
128
2 cm
First find the apothem using the special right triangles (45-45-90).