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Area of a Parallelogram Worksheets

An enormous range of area of parallelograms worksheets for grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 have been included here. Navigate through these 40+ worksheets on calculating the area using the formula with the base and height measures expressed as integers, fractions or decimals, area problems involving unit conversion, finding the missing dimensions and much more. Type 1 presents geometric shapes while Type 2 offers a variety that includes illustrations and problems in word format.

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Area of Parallelograms | Integers - Type 1

The measure of the base and height are expressed as integers ≤ 20 in level 1 and ≥ 10 in level 2; plug these values into the formula, Area = base * height, to solve for the area of parallelograms in this set of middle school worksheets.

Two levels of difficulty with 3 worksheets each

Area of Parallelograms | Integers - Type 2

Reiterate skills in finding the area of a parallelogram with these dual level area worksheets involving integers. Multiply the base and height measures to compute the area of the parallelograms. Each worksheet contains 9 problems provided in three different formats.

Two levels of difficulty with 3 worksheets each

Area of Parallelograms | Decimals

The base and height measures are expressed as decimals, find their product to calculate the area of parallelograms. Recommended for 6th, 7th and 8th grades.

Two different types with 3 worksheets each

Area of Parallelograms | Fractions

This set of area of parallelogram worksheets for middle school specifically deals with the base and height measures given as fractions. Substitute the dimensions in the formula and compute the area.

Two different types with 3 worksheets each

Area of Parallelograms | Unit Conversion

The dimensions of the parallelogram are provided in different units. Convert the units of the base and height to the unit specified in the area and then apply the formula to calculate the area of the parallelogram.

Two different types with 3 worksheets each

Find the base or height of Parallelograms | Integers

These area of parallelograms worksheets for grades 6, 7 and 8 provide the area and either the base or height as integers. Plug the values in the area of the parallelogram formula to solve for the missing dimension.

Two levels of difficulty with 3 worksheets each

Find the base or height of Parallelograms | Decimals

The area and one dimension, the base or height are given as decimals. Rearrange the parallelogram formula, make the unknown dimension as subject, substitute the values and find the missing dimension.

Find the base or height of Parallelograms | Fractions

Incorporate this array of worksheets to assist 6th, 7th and 8th grade students figure out the missing dimension of the parallelogram, whose area and the dimensions are given as fractions.

Finding base or height of Parallelograms | Unit Conversions

Direct middle school children to use the area and one dimension given as integers, decimals or fractions, to find the base or the height of the parallelogram. The problems emphasize converting to the specified unit.

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