Perimeter of Kites Worksheets
This compact compilation of perimeter of kites worksheet pdfs designed for students of grade 3 through grade 8; features interesting exercises like determining the perimeter of a kite with dimensions presented as integers, decimals and fractions. Find the perimeter of kites involving unit conversions and simplify algebraic expressions to find the indicated sides using the perimeter; to mention just a few. Our free worksheets are a compulsive try!
Perimeter of Kites | Integers - Level 1
A kite has two pairs of adjacent congruent sides. The dimensions are presented as integers ≤ 20. Add up the lengths of the non-congruent sides and multiply by 2 to compute the perimeter of each kite in this printable practice set for 3rd grade and 4th grade kids.
Perimeter of Kites | Integers - Level 2
Plug in the measures of the non-congruent sides offered as integers ≥ 10 in the formula 2(a+b), where 'a' and 'b' are the measures of the two non-congruent sides and solve for the perimeter of kites.
Direct 5th grade students to double the sum of the lengths of the non-congruent sides expressed as decimals, to calculate the perimeter of each of the kites; enclosed in this collection of worksheets.
Perimeter of Kites | Fractions
The measures of the non-congruent sides are indicated as fractional values. Compute the perimeter by adding the non-congruent sides and multiplying their sum by 2.
Perimeter of Kites | Unit Conversions
Put your unit conversion skills to test with this set of perimeter of kites pdf worksheets for grade 4 and grade 5. Convert to the unit specified in the answer and then figure out the perimeter of each kite.
Find the Unknown Side Length of the Kite
Rearrange the perimeter of a kite formula and make the unknown side the subject. Assign the values of the perimeter and one of the given side lengths in the formula to find the unknown side length.
Find the Indicated Side Lengths of a Kite | Algebra
The sides in this array of printable worksheets for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students are expressed as linear equations. Equate the expression with the given perimeter and solve for 'x'. Substitute its value in the expression to determine the indicated sides.