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Unit Eight Study Guide
1. Find the perimeter of each polygon. 4. What is the area of the polygon?
2m

2m
1 unit

Number model:

Perimeter = m

2. Find the perimeter of the figure.
10 m
7m
20 m
17 m
?

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Number model:

Perimeter = m

3. What is the area of the polygon?

1 unit
5. Draw a rectangle with an area of 9 cm2 and a perimeter of 12 cm.

6. Mrs. Lopez wants to tile her dining room floor. The room is 12 feet wide and 25 feet long.
a. How many 1-square-foot tiles does she need to cover the floor?
b. Suppose Mrs. Lopez chooses tiles that are 3 inches on each side. How many 3-inch tiles would she need
in order to cover her dining room floor? Explain how you got your answer.
3 in.

3 in.

7. Add or subtract.
2 3
a. = +
5 5
2 2
b. = +
3 3
3 1
c. − = _____
3 3
2 1
d. − = _____
5 5

8. Add or subtract.
4 5
a. + =
6 6
1 13
b. =1 +
4 14
1 13
c. 1 − =
4 14
6 1
d. = −
5 2
9. If you spin the spinner 600 times, how many times would you expect it to land:
a. on R?
b. on B?
c. on Y?

B
R

Y

10. A bag contains 4 blue blocks, 5 purple blocks, 4 green blocks, and 5 yellow blocks. You put your hand in
the bag and pull out a block. About what fraction of the time would you expect to get a yellow block?

11. Complete the following measures for the rectangle below.
Formula for the area of a rectangle: Area = base × height.
Width

2 cm

width = _____ cm

length = _____ cm

perimeter = _____ cm

area = _____ cm2
12. Complete the following measures for the parallelogram below.
Formula for the area of a parallelogram: Area = base × height.

3 cm

base = _____ cm
height = _____ cm
perimeter = _____ cm
area = _____ cm2

13. Complete the following measures for the triangle below.
1
b g
Formula for the area of a triangle: Area = × base × height .
2

5 cm

4 cm

base = _____ cm

height = _____ cm

perimeter = _____ cm

area = _____ cm2
14. Scale: 1 cm = 5 meters
Dimensions of rectangle: 15 meters by 30
meters.
Make a scale drawing of this rectangle.
width = _____ cm
[1]
length = _____ cm

Number model: perimeter = _____ cm

[2] Perimeter = m [11] area = _____ cm2

[3] Area = _____ square units base = _____ cm

height = _____ cm
[4] Area = _____ square units
perimeter = _____ cm
[5]
[12] area = _____ cm2

a. Answer:__________ tiles
base = _____ cm
[6] b. Answer:__________ tiles
height = _____ cm

a. __________ perimeter = _____ cm

b. __________ [13] area = _____ cm2

c. __________
[14]
[7] d. __________

a. __________

b. __________

c. __________

[8] d. __________

a.

b. _____

[9] c. _____

[10]
b g
Number Model: 2 2 + 2 = 8 m
[1] Perimeter = 8 m

Number Model: 17 + 10 + 7 + 20 + 10 + 30= 94

[2] Perimeter = 94 m

[3] Area = 34 square units

[4] Area = 30 square units

Width

3 cm

[5] 3 cm

a. Answer: 300 tiles
b. Answer: 4,800 tiles; It takes sixteen 3-inch tiles to cover one 12-inch tile, so she would need
[6] 16 * 300 tiles = 4,800 tiles.

a. 1
4
b.
3
2
c.
3
1
d.
[7] 5
3
a.
2
5
b. 2
28
9
c.
28
7
d.
[8] 10

a. 300
b. 200
[9] c. 100

5
[10] 18

width = 2 cm
length = 2 cm
perimeter = 8 cm
2
[11] area = 4 cm

base = 5 cm
height = 3 cm
perimeter = 16.71 cm
2
[12] area = 15 cm

base = 5 cm
height = 4 cm
perimeter = 15 cm
2
[13] area = 10 cm

3 cm

6 cm

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