# 4th Grade Math Worksheets

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Classifying Triangles using Side Measures

Classify a triangle with three equal side measures as equilateral, two equal measures as isosceles, and unequal measures as scalene.

Look at the arrow marks and hatch marks, identify the parallel and congruent sides, and name each quadrilateral.

Check whether the given figures have straight sides and are closed, and write 'polygon' or 'not a polygon' below.

Comparing the Perimeters of Figures on Grids

Count the sides of the squares that outline the rectilinear figures, find their perimeters, and compare them using symbols <, >, or =.

Perimeter of Squares: Word Problems

Read the word problems and work out the perimeters of various square-shaped objects that we come across every day.

Plug the length and width in the formula P = 2(l + w), and figure out the perimeter of the rectangles upon simplification.

Area of Figures by Counting Unit Squares

Determine the area of the figure rendered in the grid by counting the whole and half unit squares shaded.

Square the indicated side lengths presented as whole numbers to arrive at the area of the squares here.

Area of Rectangles from the Perimeter and Vice Versa

Substitute the given measure in either A = lw or P = 2(l + w), find the other dimension, and obtain the required area or perimeter.

Classifying Triangles using Angle Measures

Identify the triangle with an angle measure = 90° as a right triangle, all measures < 90° as acute, atleast one measure > 90° as obtuse.

Identifying Parallelograms | With Measures

Recall that a parallelogram is a figure with congruent opposite sides and angles, and state whether each quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

Identifying a Rhombus | With dimensions

Examine if the depicted quadrilaterals have equal side measures and write 'rhombus' or 'not a rhombus' below.

Add up the lengths of the three sides displayed as 2-digit integers and determine the perimeter of the triangles.

Multiply the length by the number of sides to find the perimeter of regular polygons; add all lengths to obtain that of the irregular ones.

Area of Rectangles: Word Problems

Compute the area of various real-life objects that are rectangular in shape with this series of word problems.