How to Work Out the Area of a Trapezium?


To work out the area of trapezium, you have to find the length of the two opposite sides and the length of its base. Then by using the formula 0.5 * (side1+ side 2) * base length, you will get the area of the trapezium.
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1. Split the Trapezium into two triangles and one rectangle. 2. Piece together the triangular ends. You should now have one triangle and one rectangle. 3. Measure the base of the
base multiply by height.
The area of a trapezoid is the lengths of the two parallell bases added together and
Formula for calculating area of a trapezium= ½(a+b) × h, while h= vertical height. Hope I helped :
1 Additional Answer Answer for: how to work out the area of a trapezium
The formula for finding the area of a trapezoid (BrEng: trapezium) A = 1/2 x B1 x B2 x H.
B1 is the length of the top of the trapezoid, B2 is the length of the base of the trapezoid and H is the height.
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