Worksheet: Area: Standard Units
In this worksheet, we will practice counting unit squares to measure the areas of rectilinear shapes in square centimeters, square meters, square inches, and square feet.
Which of the following is true for the shape shown, where 1 square equals 1 cm2?
Find the area of the rectangle shown if 1 square equals 1 in2.
Find the area of the given shape if 1 square equals 1 ft2.
Suppose each square in the grid shown is square centimeters. What is the area of the colored shape?
Suppose each square in the shown grid is a square centimeters. What is the area of the colored shape?
Fill in the blank: The area of the given shape is cm2, where each square on the grid equals 1 cm2.
Each square in the grid is 1 square foot.
What is the area of the shape?
This shape has an area of 9 square inches (in2). Select the rectangle that has the same area, where each square on the grid equals 1 in2.
Find the area of the given shape given that each square on the grid has an area of 1 m2.
The square MillimeterUnit is the area of a square whose side length is .
- Ahalf of a MillimeterUnit
- Bone square MillimeterUnit
- Ctwo MillimeterUnits
- Done MillimeterUnit