## KS3 Maths Area of compound shapes

by Tristanjones

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Two work booklets for calcutating the area of compound shapes. Includes notes, questions and page for objectives.

This resource was actually created by B Richardson. She kindly let me add it as I was so impressed.

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- Jan 14, 2012
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