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What is another way to figure out the area of a complex figure?

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    What was the first way?

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    do it the engineer's way. Cut out 1 in^2 of paper and weigh it.

    Draw the figure on the same paper and cut it out. Weigh the drawing.

    Divide by the weight of 1 in^2 and you have the area!

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