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Worksheet: Perimeters of Different Shapes

Q1:

Find the perimeter of this quadrilateral.

Q2:

Find the perimeter of this quadrilateral.

Q3:

Find the perimeter of this quadrilateral.

Q4:

Find the perimeter of the figure.

Q5:

Find the perimeter of the figure.

Q6:

Find the perimeter of the shape.

Q7:

Find the perimeter of the shape.

Q8:

What is the perimeter of the shape below?

Q9:

What is the perimeter of the shape below?

Q10:

What is the perimeter of the shape below?

Q11:

If there is a square whose side length is 9 cm and a triangle whose side lengths are 24 cm each, which of the following statements is correct?

  • AThe perimeter of the square is larger than the perimeter of the triangle.
  • BThe perimeter of the triangle is equal to the perimeter of the square.
  • CThe difference between the perimeter of the square and the perimeter of the triangle is half their sum.
  • DThe perimeter of the triangle is twice as long as the perimeter of the square.

Q12:

If the perimeter of the shown figure is 54, determine the length of the last side.

Q13:

Find the perimeter of the shape below.

Q14:

In the figure below, determine the perimeter of the shaded part, given that the side length of every small square is a unit.

Q15:

In the figure below, determine the perimeter of the shaded part, given that the side length of every small square is a unit.

Q16:

Determine the perimeter of the colored area shown.

Q17:

Determine the perimeter of the colored area shown.

Q18:

Determine the perimeter of the given figure.

Q19:

Determine the perimeter of the given figure.

Q20:

Determine the perimeter of the shown figure.

Q21:

Determine the perimeter of the shown figure.

Q22:

Find the perimeter of the given figure.

Q23:

Find the perimeter of the given figure.

Q24:

Find the perimeter of the figure.

Q25:

Find the perimeter of the figure.