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.

Q1:

Which of the following is true for the shape shown, where 1 square equals 1 cm2?

  • AAreacm=10
  • BAreacm=14
  • CAreacm=8
  • DAreacm=6

Q2:

Find the area of the rectangle shown if 1 square equals 1 in2.

Q3:

Find the area of the given shape if 1 square equals 1 ft2.

Q4:

Suppose each square in the grid shown is 1×1 square centimeters. What is the area of the colored shape?

Q5:

Suppose each square in the shown grid is a 1×1 square centimeters. What is the area of the colored shape?

Q6:

Suppose each square in the shown grid is a 1×1 square centimeters. What is the area of the colored shape?

Q7:

Fill in the blank: The area of the given shape is cm2, where each square on the grid equals 1 cm2.

Q8:

Each square in the grid is 1 square foot.

What is the area of the shape?

Q9:

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.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q10:

Find the area of the given shape given that each square on the grid has an area of 1 m2.

Q11:

The square MillimeterUnit is the area of a square whose side length is .

  • Ahalf of a MillimeterUnit
  • Bone square MillimeterUnit
  • Ctwo MillimeterUnits
  • Done MillimeterUnit

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