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# Colegio Ntra.

## UNIT 13 LENGTH AND AREA

1. PERIMETER A. Key activities
1. Find the perimeter of the following figures 13 cm and 9 cm

2. Draw the figures and find its perimeter: a) Square whose side is 6 cm 24 cm b) Isosceles triangle with a 5 cm base and equal sides being 8 cm 21 cm c) Regular pentagon whose side is 4 20 cm 3. Find the side of the following figures: a) Square whose perimeter is 36 dm b) Equilateral triangle with perimeter of 42 cm 9 dm 14 cm

4. Estibaliz quiere enmarcar una foto que la regalado un amigo. La imagen tiene 32,5 cm de largo y 24 cm de ancho. Si el metro de marco que ha elegido cuesta 15 euros, cunto le costar enmarcar la foto? 16,95 euros 5. The radius of a circumference is 9 cm. Find its length 56,52 cm

6. The radius of the central circle in a football pitch is 9,15 m. Find the length of its circumference. 57,46 m 7. The radius of a circumference is 6 cm. Find the length of an arc of 60 6,28 cm 8. The diameter of a circumference is 8 dm. Find the length of an arc of 855,93 dm 9. Calculate the arc of 120 in a circumference with radius 4 cm 10. The arc of 60 of a circumference is 23 m. Find the radius. 8,37 cm 21,97 m



## 2. PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM A. Key activities

11. Find the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle whose cathetii are: a) 3 and 4 cm b) 6 and 8 cm 5 cm 10 cm

12. The hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle is 13 cm long and one cathetus is 12 cm. Find the value of the other cathetus. 5 cm 13. The values of the cathetii of a right-angled triangle 5 and 13 cm. Find the value of the hypotenuse. 13,93 cm 14. In a right-angled triangle the value of one of the cathetii is 15 cm, while the hypotenuse is 25 cm long. Calculate the value of the other cathetus. 20 cm 15. Is it possible that in a right-angled triangle the length of the hypotenuse is 2 cm and the two catheti are 1 cm long? Explain your answer. No 16. Verify whether the following triangles are right-angled. Explain your answers. a) 3, 4 and 5 Y b) 5, 8 and 10 N c) 6, 8 and 10 Y d) 5, 12 and 13 Y

17. Calculate the value of the diagonal of the following figures: a) Rectangle whose sides are 1 and 5 cm long b) Square whose side is 6 cm 18. Find the height of the following triangles: a) Equilateral with the side being 10 cm long b) Isosceles with a base of 4 cm and the sides being 3 cm 19. Find the diagonal of the following rectangles, whose sides are: a) 5 and 12 cm 13 cm b) 21 and 28 cm 35 cm 8,66 cm 2,24 cm 5,1 cm 8,49 cm

20. Un albail apoya una escalera de 5 metros contra un muro vertical. El pie de la escalera est a 2 metros del muro. Calcula la altura a la que se encuentra la parte superior de la escalera. 4,58 m 21. Un carpintero construye marcos rectangulares de madera para ventanas. Para que no se deformen, clava un travesao en diagonal. Una de las ventanas mide 1,2 metros de base y 2 metros de altura. El carpintero ha cortado un travesao de 3 metros. Ha hecho lo correcto? Explica tu respuesta. No, el travesao debera medir 5,44 m 22. Find the diagonal of a square whose side is 8,6 cm.


12,16 cm

## 1 ESO Length and Area

23. Calculate the height of the following equilateral triangles, whose sides are: a) 8 cm 6,93 cm b) 26 cm 22,52 cm

24. With the information in the figure, calculate the side of the triangle. 17,32 cm

B. Excellence activities
25. Find the apothem of a regular hexagon whose side is 6 cm. 5,20 cm

26. How many centimeters of rope are needed to build a rhombus with diagonals 18 and 12 cm long? 43,28 cm

## 3. SIMPLE AREAS A. Key activities

27. Find the area and the perimeter of the following coloured shapes: BORRAR q PDF



## 1 ESO Length and Area

a) 25 dm2 and 20 dm b) 8 cm2 and 17 cm 2 d) 60 m and 40 m e) 56 dm2 and 32,2 dm 2 g) 54 cm and 38 cm h) 15,75 cm2 and 15 cm j) 36 dam2 and 28 dam k) 172,8 cm2 and 48 cm 2 m) 505,54 m and 144,44 m n) 10,53 mm2 and 49,9 mm o) 235,5 mm2 and 61,4 mm p) 0,98 m2 and 4,92 m

c) 78,5 dm2 and 31,4 dm f) 50 mm2 and 30 mm i) 14,13 dm2 and 9,42 dm l) 474 cm2 and 114 cm ) 17,43 km2 and 22,61 km

28. Find the area and perimeter of the following coloured shape A = 8,83 m2 P=20,47m

B. Excellence activities
29. Following there is a table with the areas of several squares. Indicate its side.



## 1 ESO Length and Area

30. Calculate the height of a rectangle whose base is 5 m long and its area is 40 m2. 8m 31. Find the area and the perimeter of the following coloured shapes:

## A = 1,77 cm2 and P = 8,41 cm

32. Find the area of a trapezium of bases 12 and 20 cm and a height of 10 cm. 160 cm2 33. Calculate the area of a trapezium whose sides are 9, 5, 12 and 4 m, being 9 and 12 the two parallel sides. 42 m2 34. Find the area and the perimeter of a regular hexagon whose side is 6 m and an apothem of 5,2 m. 93,6 m2 and 36 m 35. Find the area and perimeter of the following coloured shape A = 440 cm2 P = 80 cm

36. Calculate the area of a circle sector with a radius of 12,5 m and 165. 224,87 m2 37. Find the area of the following coloured shape 70,65 cm2

38. Draw with measurements and find the area of the following shapes: a) A trapezium with bases of 9 cm and 5 cm and a height of 4 cm (28 c ) b) A square whose sides are 21 cm long (441 c ) c) A triangle with a base of 20 cm and a height of 15 cm (150 c ) d) A circle with a radius of 8 cm (200.96 c ) e) A rectangle with dimensions of 7 m and 11 m (77 ) f) A regular octagon with 15 cm sides and an 18 cm apothem (1,080 c ) g) A rhombus whose diagonals are 9 cm and 12 cm (54 c ) h) A parallelogram with a base of 8 m and a height of 5 m (40 ) i) A trapezium with bases of 1 m and 80 cm and a height of 60 cm (5,400 c j) A right-angled triangle whose catheti are 12 cm and 16 cm (96 c )


## 4. COMPOUND AREAS A. Key activities

39. Find the area of the following shape 5,67 cm2

16 cm2

1,77 cm2

1,34 cm2

24,26 cm2



9,41 cm2

## 45. Find the area of the following shape (lengths in m)

21,5 m2

46. Find the area and the perimeter of the following coloured shapes:

## A = 3437 m2 and P = 314 m

A = 25 m2 and P = 31,4 m

B. Excellence activities
47. Find the area of the following coloured shape and the non coloured shape. Which one is the biggest? 3 m2 both

5,5 cm2



## 1 ESO Length and Area

49. Find the area of the following shapes (lengths in cm) BORRAR c d a-frase PDF

a) 20,13 cm2

b) 41 cm2

e) 40,2 cm2

f) 33,9 cm2

## 50. Find the area of the following shapes

a) 12,43 cm2

b) 22 cm2

51. Find the area of the coloured shapes and express them in cm2

a) 78,5 cm2

b) 28,5 cm2

c) 64,5 cm2



## 5. SIMPLE AREAS (USING PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM) A. Key activities

52. Find the area and the perimeter of the following coloured shapes:

a) 13,8 m2 and 17 m b) 2520 m2 and 212 m 2 d) 704,7 cm and 227,3 cm e) 2262 cm2 and 244 cm

## c) 4900 m2 and 280 m f) 246 m2 and 60 m

53. Find the area and the perimeter of a rhombus whose diagonals are 14,6 and 9,8 cm long. 71,54 m2 and 35,16 m

B. Excellence activities
54. The side of a rhombus is 5 m long while the length of one of the diagonals is 6 m. Calculate the area and the perimeter of the rhombus. A = 24 m2 and P = 20 m 55. The bases of an isosceles trapezium are 16,7 and 11,3 m long. Calculate its perimeter and area. A = 119 m2 and P = 45,84 m 56. A table with the shape of a regular hexagon has a side of 1,2 m and three legs. If the price of each leg is 35 euros and the cost per square meter of the wood used to build the table is 54 euros, calculate the cost of the whole table. 306,96 euros 57. A table made of aluminum has the shape of an isosceles trapezium. The bases are 1,35 m and 85 cm long, and the height 65 cm. If we want to cover all its perimeter with a rope which costs 1,25 euros per meter, calculate the amount of meters we have to get and its cost. 3,6 m and 4,5 euros



## 6. COMPOUND AREAS (USING PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM) A. Key activities

58. Find the area and the perimeter of the following shape:

A = 36 cm2 and P = 30 cm 59. Find the area and the perimeter of the following shape:

A = 170,88 m2 and P = 61,33 m 60. Find the area of the following coloured shape 50 cm2