# 7th Grade Math Worksheets

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Calculating the Area of a Circle from the Given Diameter

Divide the diameter by 2 to find the radius and then substitute the value in the area formula.

Change mixed numbers to fractions, and multiply half the base length and height to determine the area of the triangles.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Sides - Fractions

Find the volume of each rectangular prism featuring fractional side lengths by multiplying its length, width and height.

Identifying Supplementary Angles

To find the supplementary angle, subtract 180° from the given measure and state whether the given pairs are supplementary or not.

Observe the data points on the two lines, and answer the questions, interpreting the two sets of data.

Identify the Proportion | Graph

Observe the graph and interpret whether the points of the coordinates denote a proportional relationship.

Comparing Integers: Addition and Subtraction

Evaluate the integer expression on the left, compare it with the integer on the right using symbols <, >, and =.

Evaluating Multi-Variable Expressions

Substitute the values of the variable in the expression, perform the operations in order, simplify, and evaluate.

Solving for 'x' and 'y' | Side Lengths of Parallelograms

Make equal the lengths of congruent sides of the figure; solve for the single variable in part A, and two variables in part B.

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

Finding the Area of a Circle from Radius or Diameter

Practice finding the area of a circle when you know either the radius or diameter of the circle.

Area of Quadrilaterals | Whole Numbers

Use the appropriate formulas, and figure out the area of regular quadrilaterals like squares, trapezoids, and more.