Area of a Polygon Worksheets
Beef up your practice with this collection of free area of a polygon worksheets. Our effective pdf resources, with included answer keys, provide children with some terrific practice in regular polygons. The number of sides in each figure varies from five to ten. Some of these printables express their dimensions directly so it's super-easy to calculate the area of polygons. But there are instances when the apothem must be worked out first. These free practice tools are available in customary and metric units.
Our finding the area of polygons pdfs are apt for 6th grade through high school students.
The task for children in this free finding the area of regular polygons worksheet is to use the given side dimension and apothem, plug both values in the appropriate formula, and calculate the area with speed and precision.
Combine hard work with smart work while finding the area of polygons using the formula Area = 1/2 (s x n x a), where s is the side length; n is the number of sides; and a is the apothem. Suitable for 6th grade and 7th grade.
Give the high-flying children an enjoyable challenge with this area of a polygon worksheet, where only a single side length is given. This printable has 9 exercises so finding the area of a polygon is no longer a pain in the neck.
Finding the area of regular polygons in this worksheet involves finding the apothem. To do that, use the formula Apothem = s / (2 tan (180/n)) , where s is the side length and n is the number of sides. A must-have for high school students.
This exercise of our area of polygons worksheets, with the given apothem and side lengths lets grade 7, grade 8, and high-school students to first find the perimeter of the figures, and then find their area using the formula, A = (perimeter x apothem) / 2.
Take a whack at the problems in this pdf area and perimeter of polygons worksheet and soon become an expert at calculating the area of regular polygons using the perimeter and apothem.
These free pdfs, a part of our area of a polygon worksheets, consist of 9 regular polygons. The at-their-best math prodigies are required to use the given area and side length to find the apothem of each polygon correctly.