Perimeter of a Square Worksheets
Explore this set of printable worksheets centered around finding the perimeter of a square, especially appropriate for children of grade 2 through grade 5. Find ample PDFs to practice finding the perimeter of squares with integer, decimal and fraction dimensions. Learn to find the diagonal and the side length using the perimeter and compute the perimeter using the diagonal and solve word problems as well. Commence your practice with our free worksheets.
Introduce 2nd grade and 3rd grade children to the concept of finding the perimeter of a square using the formula P = 4a, where 'a' represents the side of the square. Included are integers ≤ 20 in Level 1, while Level 2 offers integers ≥ 10.
Bolster practice in finding the perimeter of a square with the type 2 worksheets offering problems as geometric shapes and in word format; and categorized into two levels based on the range of numbers used.
The side length of each square is offered as decimals. Multiply the length by 4 to compute the perimeter of each square featured here as geometric shapes with side measures.
If a side of a square is 2.1 units in length, what is its perimeter? Yes, it’s 8.4 units. Work out this set of perimeter of squares pdf worksheets with a threefold practice and answer such questions in no time!
The dimensions of the squares in this set of printable worksheets for grade 4 and grade 5, are presented as fractions. Assign the side measure in the formula and swiftly compute the perimeter of a square.
With word-format questions to visualize the shape and illustrated figures to recap the process, this set helps ease into finding the perimeter of squares with fractional and mixed-number side lengths.
Reinforce skills in finding the side length of the square using the perimeter. Divide the perimeter by 4 to solve for side length in this batch of grade 3 pdf worksheets featuring the formula and a solved example.
Substitute the measure of the diagonal in the formula P = 2 √2 * d; to compute the perimeter of the square. Replace P in the formula √2 * P/4 with the given value of the perimeter and solve for the diagonal length.
Apply the concept of finding the perimeter of a square in real-life situations, employing this batch of perimeter of a square word problems for 4th grade and 5th grade children. Use appropriate formulas to solve the problems featured here.