# Area and Perimeter of Rectangles Worksheets

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Remedy and revitalize learning with our easily printable area and perimeter of rectangles worksheets. Featuring nine illustrated problems, each practice resource in this collection is a winner. Kids are expected to know the basic formulas for finding the perimeter and area of rectangles before embarking on these pdf worksheets. Better yet, this set is abuzz with exercises involving finding the area from the perimeter and the perimeter from the area. Equipped with answer keys, these tools are available in both customary and metric units. Embark on your learning journey with our free worksheets!

Area and Perimeter of Rectangles | Integers - Easy

Practice calculating the area and perimeter of rectangles featuring integers. Identify the length and width and apply the formulas A = L x W to find the area and P = 2L + 2W to find the perimeter.

Area and Perimeter of Rectangles | Integers - Moderate

A set of resources that will go down well with 4th grade kids, these pdf perimeter and area of a rectangle worksheets with lengths and widths as integers effect many an upgrade during practice.

Area and Perimeter of Rectangles - Fractions

Put into play your learning while solving these exercises with fractional side measures. These pdf perimeter and area of rectangles worksheets, where kids practice the formulas, are full to the brim.

Area and Perimeter of Rectangles - Decimals

An exemplary collection that the children in 5th grade and 6th grade can leisurely use both at home and school, these printable resources have lengths and widths expressed as decimals.

Finding the Area of a Rectangle from Perimeter

Train kids to plug in the perimeter and known side measure in the formula P = 2(l + w), solve for the missing length or width, and then find the product of the dimensions to obtain the area accurately.

Finding the Perimeter of a Rectangle from Area

In these printable worksheets, grade 5 and grade 6 students must find the unknown length or width by dividing the area by the given side measure, and then obtain the perimeter of the rectangle.