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# Area and Perimeter of Trapezoids

## Area is the height times the average of the bases while the perimeter is the sum of the sides.

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## Area and Perimeter of Trapezoids

This concept teaches students to find the area and perimeter of trapezoids.
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## Area and Perimeter of Trapezoids Principles

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## Area and Perimeter of Trapezoids Discussion Questions

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## Perimeter

How would you use perimeter and area in designing a scooter race track?
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