Area of a Circle Worksheets
Facilitate a rewarding practice experience using our free worksheets on finding the area of a circle! These printable tools contain bags of material to calculate the area of circles by using the value of pi or simply in terms of π. Instruct children to conclude their answers by writing the correct units after the obtained value. These pdfs are available in customary and metric units.
We advocate these worksheets for students in grade 7 and grade 8.
Finding the area of circles when the radius is given doesn't need to be a tall order for the active learners in 7th grade and 8th grade! Remind them that they must use the value of pi ≈ 3.14 and round their answers to the nearest tenth.
Let the child determine the area of each circle in terms of pi in these pdfs. Since the formula for the area of a circle = pi * (radius)2, they must find the square of the radius and write the answers in terms of π.
What is the area of a circle if its diameter is 8 units? With practice topped off with deliberation, students will first half the diameter, square it, multiply it with 3.14, and write the answer with the correct unit, i.e., 50.2 square units.
Watch the child switch to their most meticulous as they halve the diameter and use the value in the formula to find the area of a circle in terms of π.
These worksheets feature the given radius or diameter. Give grade 7 and grade 8 children a chance to prove their mettle by solving this resource.
Casting around for printable worksheets that practice finding the radius of a circle using the area? Workout this set of printable worksheets and polish your skills!
The diameter of a circle is twice the radius. But, is there a way to find the diameter using the area? Plug into these pdfs, figure out the radius from the area, and multiply the result by 2.
Cruise through a collection of exercises that call for kids to flex their grasp on both the area and the circumference of a circle. Also, get to know how to find one of the two, when the other is given.