# Area of a Kite Worksheets

Our area of a kite worksheets help children effortlessly find the area of a kite when a pair of diagonal lengths is provided or determine the missing diagonal when the area and a single diagonal measure are given. Make use of the attached answer key for verification. These free worksheets are available in both customary and metric units.

The area of a kite is half the product of its diagonals. Solve this set of area of a kite worksheets featuring integer measures by using the formula (A = (d_{1} x d_{2}) / 2).

Find the Missing Diagonal of a Kite from Area

Identify the given area and one of the diagonal lengths, then substitute these values into the formula to complete these finding diagonal measure of a kite worksheets.

Find the area of kites by multiplying the fractional lengths of the diagonals, and divide the product by 2 to complete this exercise crafted for grade 5 and grade 6 learners.

Area of a kite = (d_{1} x d_{2}) / 2. Here, d_{1} and d_{2} are diagonals that cross each other at right angles. Find the area with the dimensions represented as decimals here.