Perimeter of a Kite Worksheets

A kite, by definition, has two adjacent sets of longer sides as well as two adjacent sets of shorter sides that are congruent, quite logically its perimeter will be two times the sum of side length 'a' and side length 'b'. However, no amount of explanation can match the efficacy of trying it out yourself. Access our pdf worksheets for free to put this formula into use to calculate the perimeters of a kite, and see your ability soar really high.

These printable worksheets are ideal for students of grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.

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Perimeter of a Kite
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