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# ورقة عمل تدريبات عامة اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الثالث

ورقة عمل تدريبات عامة اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الثالث

Fun with Composite Figures

Once upon a time in the land of Mathville, there was a group of friends who loved solving math puzzles. One day, their teacher, Miss. Lucinda, gave them a challenge to find the area of composite figures.

A composite figure is made up of two or more shapes joined together. The friends had to use their math skills to find the total area of these combined shapes. They were excited about the adventure ahead.

First, they had a figure with a rectangle and a triangle. The friends knew they had to find the area of each shape and then add them together to get the total area. They used the formula for the rectangle (length x width) and the formula for the triangle (base x height divided by 2).

Next, Miss. Lucinda showed a composite figure with a square and a semicircle. The friends were a bit puzzled but soon realized they needed to find the area of the square and the area of the semicircle separately. They added both areas to find the total area of the composite figure.

The friends enjoyed the challenge and discovered that breaking down the composite figure into simpler shapes made it easier to calculate the total area. Miss. Lucinda  praised their hard work and problem-solving skills

Use the story to answer the questions.

1. What is a composite figure in math?
a) A simple shape
b) A shape made up of two or more shapes joined together
c) A shape with curves only
d) A shape with only straight lines

2. How did the friends find the total area of a composite figure?
a) By subtracting areas
b) By multiplying areas
c) By adding areas of individual shapes
d) By dividing areas

3. What is the formula for finding the area of a rectangle?
a) Length x Height
b) Base x Height divided by 2
c) Length x Width
d) Base x Width

4. How did the friends find the area of a triangle?
a) Base x Width
b) Length x Width
c) Base x Height divided by 2
d) Length x Height

5. Why did the friends break down the composite figure into simpler shapes?
a) To make it more complicated
b) To make it look interesting
c) To simplify the calculation of the total area
d) To confuse themselves

Writing

6. Think of a composite figure you can create with two or more shapes. Draw the figure in the box. Then tell how would you find its total area using the words first, then, last

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