Perimeter of Composite Figures (Compound Shapes) Worksheets

Elsa is fencing her arrow-shaped pumpkin patch that is made up of two shapes a rectangle and a triangle. For this, she first needs to find the perimeter of the pumpkin patch. In real-life situations like this, we are often expected to calculate the perimeter. To do this effortlessly, we need ample practice which is provided by these free printable compound shapes (composite figures) worksheets. Instruct children to add up the lengths along the boundary of each figure to find the perimeter of the composite figures that is made up of two or more simple shapes.

These pdf worksheets are great for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.

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Perimeter of Compound Figures
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Worksheet 1
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