# Lesson Worksheet: Areas of Composite Polygons Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice finding areas of composite polygons including shapes made of squares, rectangles, triangles, and trapezoids.

Q1:

Calculate the area of the shape. Q2:

Calculate the area of the given figure. Q3:

Calculate the area of the shaded region. Q4:

Find the area of the given shape. Q5:

Below is a square which has had a rectangle measuring 4 cm by 3 cm removed. Find the area of the shaded part. Q6:

If , find the area of the given figure to the nearest hundredth. Q7:

Below is a rectangle which has had a square of length 2 cm cut from it. Find the perimeter and area of the remaining shape. • APerimeter: 100 cm. Area: 46 cm2.
• BPerimeter: 46 cm. Area: 100 cm2.
• CPerimeter: 34 cm. Area: 100 cm2.
• DPerimeter: 40 cm. Area: 100 cm2.

Q8:

David wants to lay a new carpet in his bedroom. Determine the total area that needs to be carpeted, given that the shown figure is the floor plan. Q9:

Find the area of this shape. Q10:

Given that is a square of side 6, what is the shaded area? • A24
• B18
• C36
• D3
• E72

Q11:

The triangles in the figure are all congruent. Determine the area of the figure. Q12:

Find the area of the given figure to the nearest hundredth. Q13:

Find the area of the given figure. Q14:

Work out the area of the composite shape. Q15:

Work out the area of the composite shape. Q16:

Work out the area of the shape. Q17:

Work out the area of the composite shape. Q18:

Calculate the area of the gray part. Q19:

Determine the area of the given figure. Q20:

Determine, to the nearest hundredth, the area of the trapezoid . Q21:

Determine the area of the given figure. Q22:

Calculate the area of this figure. Q23:

Find the area of this figure. Q24:

Find the area of the shaded region. Q25:

Determine, to the nearest tenth, the area of the given figure. 