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Perimeter of a Rectangle | Fractions

Apply the formula P = 2(l + w), and find the perimeter of rectangles whose dimensions are offered as fractions and mixed numbers.

Area of a Rectangle | Decimals

Multiply the length and width of the rectangle given as decimals to figure out its area.

Perimeter of a Triangle | Fractions

Sum up the fractions and mixed numbers that depict the side lengths of the triangle to determine the perimeter.

Missing Base Length or Height of Triangles

Rearrange A = bh/2 to make the missing dimension the subject, plug in the known decimal values, and solve for the unknown.

The decimal lengths of the sides when put together will give you the perimeter of the quadrilaterals.

Area of a Parallelogram | Integers - Type 2

Compute the area of a parallelogram by directly looking at the figure in part A, and visualizing it in parts B and C.

Area of a Trapezoid

Add the two base lengths and multiply the sum by half the altitude to calculate the area of the trapezoids.

Area of a Rhombus | Integers - Type 2

Calculate the areas of nine rhombuses per page by finding half the product of their diagonals.

Area of a Kite

Kites are presented as geometric figures and in the word format. Multiply the diagonals and divide by 2 to obtain its area.

Perimeter of Kites | Unit conversion

Convert the lengths to the unit specified in the answer, apply the congruent property, and work out the perimeter of each kite.

Area of a Quadrilateral | Fractions

Recognize the rectangles, squares, parallelograms, and trapezoids; implement the appropriate formulas, and find their areas.

Area of Mixed Shapes using the Grid

Read the x and y-axes and find the required dimensions of the geometric figures; use the apt formulas and determine the area.