Area of a Rhombus Worksheets
Created, curated, and edited by math specialists, our printable area of a rhombus worksheets help kids develop fluency in using the diagonals and calculating the area of these diamond-shaped quadrilaterals. Rhombuses, also called rhombi, have sides of equal lengths and opposite angles of equal measures. Illustrated for ease and clarity, each free worksheet consists of 9 problems that guarantee a solid understanding of this unique geometric shape and utilizing its properties to find the area.
Our pdf worksheets are designed to address the learning needs of 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students.
CCSS: 6.G, 7.G
This worksheet prepares children to employ a formula bang on! Area of a rhombus = ab/2, where a and b are the diagonal lengths of the rhombus.
Check out this printable worksheet replete with super-easy, nicely illustrated problems in determining the area of a rhombus.
The area of a rhombus is half the product of its diagonal lengths. We’ve put together a set of picture-illustrated exercises with a moderate level of difficulty for children in 5th grade and 6th grade to prove their solving mettle with.
Upgrade your preparation from easy to moderate! Use this free area of a rhombus worksheet and ensure young students aren't tripped up by moderately difficult questions.
Dive head-first into a pool of fun practice exercises to calculate the area of a rhombus by just multiplying the lengths of the two diagonals and dividing it by two.
Consistent practice with decimals can significantly improve students’ skills in calculating tricky numbers and finding the correct answer. Grade 6 and grade 7 students make headway in working with decimals!
Use this free printable worksheet and validate everything they have learned so far. Here's some great material for kids to practice fractions with imagination and flair.
Don't be stressed out if children find fractions tricky! Use this area of a rhombus worksheet featuring fractional dimensions, and they will soon know the area of rhombuses like the back of their hand. Use answer keys if required.
The measure of a single diagonal along with the area is predetermined. Students are tasked with substituting the values in the formula and finding the missing diagonal length correctly. Recommended for grade 7 and grade 8.