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Measurement: Year 9 Maths_ Area: Area of an Arrow

This Interactive demonstrates how an arrow is an example of a composite shape. You can claculate the area of the arrow by visualising it as made up of rectangles and triangles. Try to calculate the area of the arrow using composite shapes and check your answer with the value in purple (Area of Arrow).
Use the Red, Blue and Green dots to adjust the size of the arrow