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# Area of a Trapezoid Worksheets

This assemblage of grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 worksheets on finding the area of a trapezoid encompass skills to calculate the area whose dimensions are offered as integers, decimals and fractions. The problems are presented as geometrical shapes in type 1 and both figures and word format in type 2. Explore some of these worksheets for free!

Area of Trapezoids | Integers - Type 1

This batch of 6th grade worksheets feature trapezoids with the measure of the parallel bases and height offered as integers. The worksheets are offered in two difficulty levels.

Area of Trapezoids | Integers - Type 2

This set of middle school pdf worksheets comprises problems offered in three different formats, whose measures are given as integers. Add the two base lengths and multiply by half the altitude to find the area.

Area of Trapezoids | Decimals – Type 1

Apply the formula, use the given base lengths and altitude measures to calculate the area of the trapezoids featured in these printable worksheets with dimensions offered as decimals.

Area of Trapezoids | Decimals – Type 2

Here’s yet another exercise featuring trapezoidal figures with dimensions depicted and word format questions with the necessary details to find the area. Use them in the formula and calculate the area.

Area of Trapezoids | Fractions – Type 1

The lengths of the parallel bases and the height of the trapezoids are given as fractions or mixed numbers. Find the average of the sum of the two bases and multiply by the height to obtain their area.

Area of Trapezoids | Fractions – Type 2

Drum into the heads of students the formula for the area of trapezoids A = (b_{1} + b_{2}) h/2, where b_{1} and b_{2} are the base lengths and h is the height as they do this set of pdf area of a trapezoid worksheets.

Area of Trapezoids involving Unit Conversion | Type 1

How would you find the area of trapezoids if the dimensions are in different units? There’s an added step! Convert the dimensions to the unit specified for the area and proceed with the usual calculation.

Area of Trapezoids involving Unit Conversion | Type 2

These area of trapezoids worksheets that bring unit conversion into play again are ideal for 7th grade and 8th grade students. Visualize a trapezoid as you read the word format questions and solve them.

Find the base or height | Integers

There are two types of questions involved in each worksheet. Type 1: Find the height using the area and the bases given; Type 2: find the measure of one of the bases using the measurements given. Suitable for middle school children.

Finding base or height | Decimals

Rearrange the trapezoid formula, make the missing dimension the subject, substitute the given base(s) and/or height measures presented as decimals and find the missing measure in the area of trapezoid worksheets PDFs.

Finding base or height | Fractions

Find the missing base or height by substituting the known values in the rearranged area of the trapezoid formula. Reiterate the concept of finding areas with this bundle of printable worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8.

Finding base or height involving Unit Conversion

Each area of a trapezoid worksheet offers six figures and two word format problems. Convert the dimensions to the specified unit, substitute the values in the area formula and find the unknown value 'x'.