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Perimeter & Area of a Square

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What is the perimeter of this square?

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1. What is the area of this square?

2. If the side of this square is 3 feet, how long is the perimeter?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet test and review your understanding of area and perimeter of a square. You'll review how to find the area and the perimeter and test your ability with some sample problems to solve.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of this quiz and worksheet is to offer a review of:

  • How to find the area of a square
  • What the perimeter is
  • Finding the area or perimeter with only one side of a square

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you can remember basic rules of squares that allow you to figure out the perimeter or area with only one side's measurement
  • Knowledge application - review what you know about the perimeter and area to answer questions about how to find them
  • Problem solving - use what you know about squares to solve for the area or perimeter

Additional Learning

Review this topic in greater detail with the provided lesson, Perimeter & Area of a Square. This lesson offers more details about:

  • Using a real-world example
  • The definition and formula for the area of a square
  • What perimeter is and how to calculate it
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