# 7th Grade Math Worksheets

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Explore 280+ Seventh Grade Describing Geometrical Figures Worksheets

Scale Factor | Enlarging or Reducing the Shapes

Observe the shape drawn on a grid sheet and enlarge or reduce the shape using the given scale factor.

Scale Factor | Perimeter and Area of Similar Figures

Solve this set of word problems by finding the area or perimeter of the actual or scaled image.

Practice translating two-dimensional objects on a coordinate plane with this resource.

Write the rule for each rotation, including the angle of rotation, the direction and the center of rotation.

Draw the line of reflection using the given equation and reflect the given figure across the line to create a mirror image.

Write the Type of Transformation

Observe how each shape has transformed in a coordinate plane and record it as translation, reflection or rotation.

Provide a mixed review with these multiple-choice questions on finding scale factor, actual image or scaled image.

Do the Angles Form a Triangle?

The three angles of a triangle always add up to 180 degrees. Use this fact and write whether the angles form a triangle.

Triangle Inequality Theorem | Do the Side Measures Form a Triangle?

Find the sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle. If the sum is greater than third side, then the sides form a triangle.

Angles in Quadrilaterals | Quadrilateral or not?

Add the four angles in a given set. If the sum of the angles is 360 degrees, then the given set of angles form a quadrilateral.

Angles in Triangles | Finding the Interior Angle

Applying the triangle sum theorem, find the measure of the indicated interior angle in each triangle.

Find the Indicated Angle in Each Quadrilateral

Work out the size of the missing angle by adding the three angle measures and subtracting the sum from 360 degrees.

Identifying Cross Sections of 3D Figures

Relate solid shapes to 2D shapes by recognizing and naming the 2D shapes that result from slicing 3D shapes.

Front, Top, and Side Views of 3D | Visualizing Real-Life Objects

Look at each real-life object and visualize the 3D object and write whether it is the front, top or side view.

Explore how the solid shape unfolds into a pattern by drawing two nets for each 3D shape.