Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. For example, find the width of a rectangular room given the area of the flooring and the length, by viewing the area formula as a multiplication equation with an unknown factor.

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You are provided wit side lengths of various polygons, now find the perimeter of the shapes. Find the missing lengths if the perimeter is given.

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**

Calculate perimeter in this worksheet for triangles, squares, regular hexagons and octagons etc. Check your facts about shapes and relate them to their perimeter.

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**

Find area of simple shapes like squares and rectangles using the given lengths of the side/s. Solve some inverse problems using the provided area and find side length.

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**

Extend your knowledge with this worksheets where you can easily find the area of a square, but now find the area of a triangle that is shaded by connecting two opposite corners.

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**

A rectangle has the perimeter of 30 cm. Can you draw two different rectangles having the same perimeter? Do they have same area? Use this worksheet to find out.

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**

Relate area to the perimeter. Is area same for all the figures with the same perimeter? Can you draw a larger rectangle without changing its perimeter?

Core Standard: **4.MD.A.3**