Perimeter of Trapezoids Worksheets
This complete package of 3rd grade through 8th grade worksheets on finding the perimeter of trapezoids (trapezium in rest of the world.) offers a variety of exercises like calculate the perimeter of a trapezoid with measures expressed as integers and decimals. The printable worksheets comprise problems in word format and as geometrical shapes. Included here are a set of PDFs to find the measure of the missing parallel base or leg. In addition, practice simplifying algebraic expressions to find the side lengths of trapezoids. Access a few of these worksheets for free!
Compute the perimeter of trapezoids presented as geometrical shapes and in word format in these worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4; by adding up the measures of 2 parallel bases and 2 legs of the trapezoid expressed as integers ≤ 20.
Strengthen skills in calculating the perimeter of trapezoids with this array of 4th grade worksheets. Plug in the side lengths involving 2-digit integers in the formula P = a + b + c + d, where 'a', 'b', 'c' and 'd' are the four sides.
The measures of the legs and parallel bases are represented as decimals in this set of printable 5th grade worksheets. Determine the sum of the four sides to solve for the perimeter of trapezoids.
Convert the given measures to the specified unit and then calculate the perimeter of the eight trapezoids enclosed in each of the perimeter of trapezoids pdf worksheets for students of grade 5.
Determine the sum of the three sides and subtract it from the given perimeter to determine the missing side length of each of the trapezoid featured in this batch of printable PDFs for middle school.
Set up an equation using the side lengths expressed as algebraic expressions and the given perimeter. Solve for 'x', plug in its value in each linear equation indicating the side length to compute the measures of the bases and the legs. These pdfs are ideal for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students.