# Area of a Trapezoid Worksheets

Tap into our comprehensive area of a trapezoid worksheets that offer oodles of practice in calculating the area using the formula, finding the missing base or height of the trapezium, and converting between units. These exercises cater to diverse learning needs spanning integer, fractional, and decimal dimensions. Available in metric and customary units, the PDF resources include answer keys for immediate evaluation, making them an invaluable supplement to classroom instruction. Elevate your teaching with our free, accessible worksheets today!

Finding the Area of a Trapezoid - Integers

Intended for 5th-grade and 6th-grade students, these printables emphasize the application of the formula A = ((a + b) / 2) * h to determine the area of trapezoids with integer dimensions.

Finding the Base or Height - Integers

Rearrange the formula to make the unknown dimension the subject, plug in the values, and solve for the unknown in these worksheets on finding the missing base or height of trapezoids.

Finding the Area of Trapezoids - Fractions

These practice sheets raise the difficulty level with fractional dimensions for bases and height of trapezoids. Insert the fractional values in the formula and simplify to find the area.

Find the Area of the Trapezoid - Decimals

Presenting the dimensions of trapezoids in decimals, these area of trapezoids worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8 enhance learning and test their ability to compute the area of trapezoids.

Finding the Base or Height - Decimals

Manipulate the formula, isolate the missing dimension, substitute the known bases or height measures given as decimals into the formula, and obtain the missing measure.

Finding the Area of Trapezoids - Unit Conversion

Each area of a trapezoid worksheet comprises nine trapezoids in different orientations, empowering students to confidently handle unit conversions within the context of trapezoid area calculations.