Perimeter of a Quadrilateral Worksheets
Bolster practice with this compilation of printable perimeter of quadrilaterals worksheets for students of grade 3 through grade 8. Calculate the perimeter of quadrilaterals with dimensions expressed as integers and decimals, comprehend the congruent properties of quadrilaterals, and solve algebraic expressions to determine the side lengths of the quadrilaterals presented as geometrical shapes and in word format. Begin your practice with our free worksheets.
Calculate the perimeter of special quadrilaterals like squares, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, kites and rhombuses by adding up the four side lengths presented as integers ≤ 20 in Level 1 and ≥ 10 in Level 2.
Compute the perimeter of quadrilaterals with dimensions expressed as integers and offered as shapes and in word format. The 3rd grade and 4th grade pdf worksheets are categorized into two levels based on the numbers used.
Exceed the expectations of teachers by working out these printable worksheets that present quadrilaterals with decimal dimensions. Direct the students of 5th grade to add up their side lengths and obtain the perimeter.
Double up your practice with this two-in-one exercise. Solve these perimeter of a quadrilateral worksheets that incorporate figure-based and word-format questions and steal a march on your peers!
The measures of the two sides and the congruent parts are marked. Apply the congruent property to find the remaining sides and add the four side lengths to obtain the perimeter of the quadrilaterals.
This set of perimeter of quadrilaterals worksheet pdfs provides the dimensions in different units. Convert to the unit specified in the answer and then compute the perimeter of the quadrilaterals.
Set up an equation by adding up the four sides lengths involving algebraic expressions and equate it with the perimeter. Solve for 'x' and plug its value in the expression to find the indicated side length.
Form an equation using the perimeter and the side lengths of the quadrilaterals featured in this set of printable worksheets for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students. Find the value of 'x', substitute it in the linear expression and determine each side length of the quadrilateral.