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# Perimeter and Area

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## Sherry Tania

on 9 March 2013

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2 Rectangle: A shape that has 2 sides that are the same length and has four sides. Thank You. Triangles Trapezoids Now, Let's Learn How to Find Area and Perimeter! Rectangles Triangles are shapes with 3 sides and all of its angles add up to 180º. To find the area of a triangle, you must imagine that it is half of a quadrilateral. Just find the area of a rectangle how you normally would; by multiplying one side by another. When you are done multiplying, Remember that a triangle is only half of a quadrilateral, so we have to divide it by 2. Formula (area): length x height& Base x height Area of the rectangle: 13cm x 5cm= 65cm
Area of the triangle: (2cm x 5cm)/2= 5cm
2 triangles= 5cm x 2= 10cm

Formula (perimeter): add all the sides together
4cm + 15cm + 4cm + 15cm= 38 cm Formulas Area base x height ÷ 2 Kwon Neung Lee Perimeter Kwon Formulas Area length x width Formulas all sides added together Perimeter 2(length + width) Case #1 10cm 20cm Find the area and perimeter of this rectangle. The answer is... Formula (area): length x height
Area = 20cm x 10cm
= 200cm .......... What is area? what is perimeter? ........... Perimeter measures the distance around a figure or shape. Area measures the space of that a figure or shape has.
It is the size of a surface. New
Vocabularies Base: The bottom of a shape Triangle: A shape with three sides and has an angle sum of 180 degrees Area and Perimeter By: The Loudest Table in 8.2 Math To start off... But We're not done yet (; 9cm 6cm 15cm Find the area and perimeter of this trapezoid! Parallelogram WHY AND HOW? WHY AND HOW? WHY AND HOW? WHY AND HOW? Quadrilateral: Any shape that has 4 sides Length: The longest side of a
shape Area Width: The side that is the tallest Base x height, then divide by 2 Height: The measurement from base to top Rectangles are shapes with four sides, which explains why it is called a quadrilateral. It also has two sets of parallel lines and its angles are all 90º. To find its area, you must multiply the length by the width. Perimeter All sides add together. Trapezoid (Trapezium): A shape that has two
sides parallel and has 4 sides. Trapezoid is a shape with 4 sides and 1 set of parallel lines. To find the area of a trapezoid, you must imagine that it actually consists of several shapes which can either be triangles, rectangles or squares. After finding the shapes within the trapezoid, you can find the areas of those separate shapes. Once you've gotten the areas of the separate shapes, you can add them up. The sum will be the area of the given trapezoid. A parallelogram is a shape that has two sets of parallel lines. However,this shape unlike rectangles or shape parallelograms don't have 90º angles. To find the area of a parallelogram, you should do something similar to the way you would find the area of a rectangle. You just multiply the length of the shape by the height of the shape. Formulas Area
Base x height 9 square units 6
square units This square has a length of 9 square units and a width of 6 square units. In total, there are 54 small squares on the rectangle. This means the are of the rectangle is 54 square unit. 54 = 6 x 9 area width length THIS PROVES... area = width x length the formula to find the area of a rectangle. Example: 7 length x width = area 10cm x 7cm = 70cm AREA of THE RECTANGLE 2 Formula (perimeter): 2(length + width)
Area = 2(2ocm + 10cm)
= 60cm 10 Case #2 8cm 20cm 24cm 32cm Find the perimeter and area! The answer is... Formula: base x height ÷ 2
Area: 24 x 20 ÷ 2
= 240cm 2 Formula: Add up all sides
Perimeter: 24 + 20 +32
= 76cm Perimeter