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# 6th Grade Geometry: Chapter Questions

## Rectangles & Parallelograms

Classwork
Find the area of each figure.

7 ft
1.

5 ft

2.

12 in

3.

3.
15 cm
12 cm

4. 18 cm

16 m 13 m

7m
5.

6. Do the rectangle and parallelogram below have the same area? Explain why or why not.

## N 2.5 in 2.5 in. 3 in.

9 in. 9 in.
7. The length of a rectangle is 14.5 in and the width is 3.2 in. What is its area?

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8. How do you find the area of a rectangle?

## 10. What is true of the base and height of a parallelogram?

11. What is the base of a parallelogram whose height is 6 cm and whose area is 144 cm 2?

## 13. What is the area of a 5 ft by 9 ft pool?

14. A bag of fertilizer covers 1 ft 2 of ground in a garden. If a garden is 8 ft by 13 ft, how many
bags of fertilizer will be needed when preparing the ground?

15. Kimberly wants to paint the back wall of her living room a different color to make a statement. She
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only has one gallon of pain in the color she wants that covers 280 ft of wall. If the wall is 12
ft by 22 ft, does she have enough paint?

Homework
Find the area of each figure.

16. 9 ft

8 ft

17. 14
mm

18.

10 cm
8 cm

19.
15 cm
18 m 16 m

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14 m
20.

10 cm
9 cm

17 cm
21. Do the rectangle and parallelogram below have the same area? Explain why or why not.

## N 4 cm. 6 cm. 4cm.

12 cm. 12 cm.

22. The length of a rectangle is 17 m and the width is 5.25 m. What is its area?

23. How do you find the width of a rectangle when given the length and total area?

24. How do you find the base of a parallelogram when given the height and total area?

## 25. What is true of the base and height of a parallelogram?

26. What is the base of a parallelogram whose height is 7 cm and whose area is 63 cm 2?

## 28. What is the area of a 13 ft by 7 ft tennis court?

29. One square piece of carpet covers 1 ft 2 of floor. If a living room is 15 ft by 7 ft, how many
pieces of carpet will be needed to cover the entire floor.

30. Joanna wants to paint the back wall of her living room a different color to make a statement. She
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only has one gallon of pain in the color she wants that covers 125 ft of wall. If the wall is 11 ft
by 14 ft, does she have enough paint?

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Classwork
Find the area of each figure.

31.

9 ft
7 ft

13 ft

32.

22 m
18 m

15 m

33. 12 yd
9 yd

4 yd
34. 18 yd

7 yd
10 yd

9 yd

35. 18 yd

15 yd 8 yd 15 yd

24 yd

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36. The triangle below has an area of 4.76 sq. in. If the base is 3.4 in., let h be the height in inches.
1
Explain how the equation 4.76 ¿ 2= (3.4∈.)(h) represents the situation. Solve the
2
equation.1

37. Find the height of a triangle whose area is 40 in 2 and whose base is 10 in.

38. Darnell and Donovan are both trying to calculate the area of an obtuse triangle. Examine their
calculations below.

## Darnell’s Work Donovan’s Work

1 1
A= × 3 in. × 4 in. A= × 12 in. × 4 in.
2 2
A=6 in2 A=24 in2

Which student calculated the area correctly? Explain why the other student is not correct. 2

1 From engageny
2 From engageny

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Find the area of the polygons.
39. 40.

Homework

41.

9 ft
8 ft

11 ft

42.

22 m
15 m

13 m
43. 17 yd
14
yd

9 yd

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44. 16 yd

9 yd
10 yd

11 yd

45.
16 yd

12 yd 7 yd 12 yd

21 yd

46. Find the height of a triangle whose area is 50 in 2 and whose base is 5 in.

47. Find the base of a triangle whose area is 71.4 m2 and whose height is 8.4 m.

48. Russell calculated the area of the triangle below. His work is shown.
x
cm x
cm W cm x cm
x
cm

1
A= × 43 cm ×7 cm
2
A=150.5 cm2
Although Russell was told his work is correct, he had a hard time explaining why it is correct. Help
Russell explain why is calculations are correct.3

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Find the area of the polygons.

49. 50.

Classwork

51.
6 in 3 in

12 in
20 in

35 in
52. 12 in

12 in 12 in

10 in

21 in
53.
14 cm
4 cm
3 cm

5 cm

19 cm

5 in 5 in
54. 4 in

11 in

7 in
Homework

55. 16 ft

15 ft
16 ft
18 ft

20 ft
18 ft
17 ft

56.
11 cm 14 ft

22 cm
8 cm

11 cm
57. 6m

7m

6m

17 m
58. 4m

18 m

8m 7m 8m

8m

## Classwork Find the area of each shaded region.

59. 23 m

12 m

6m 6m
60.

14 m

8m
4m 4m
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23 m
61.

18 m 7m

13 m

15 m
Homework Find the area of each shaded region.
10 cm 4 cm
62.

6 cm

8 cm
6 cm

63. 4 cm
16 cm

24 cm
32 cm

40 cm
64.

15 cm
10 cm

7 cm

18 cm

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3 Dimensional Solids & Nets

Classwork

68. 69.

71. cube

Homework

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Give the number faces, edges, and vertices of each shape.

80. 81.

Surface Area
Classwork

89.
10 in

13 in

5m
90.
15 m

30 m

9m
91.
3m
2m

92.

18 yd
15 yd

15 yd

93. 20 ft
9 ft
15 ft
16 ft

94.
7 ft
9 ft

7 ft

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95. Marley was wrapping a present for her brother’s birthday. The present is 12 inches long, 6 inches
wide, and 6 inches tall. Label the net below to find the surface area of the present and determine
at least how many square inches of wrapping paper she needs to use.

96. Joseph wants to paint the surface of a wooden pyramid he built. Use the net below to calculate
how many square centimeters of paint Joseph will need to buy in order to paint his pyramid.

6 cm
6 cm

7 cm
11 cm

Homework

97.

9 yd

9 yd

98.
3 yd

9 yd

27 yd
16 in
99. 4 in

4 in

4 in

100.

24 yd
20 yd

22 yd

101.

6 ft

3 ft
3 ft

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102.
15 yd
8 yd

11 yd

17 yd
103. A cookie company designed a new box for their chocolate chip cookies. Using the net
below, find the surface area of the new box so the company knows how many square inches of
cardboard are required for each package.

8 in

18 in

9 in
104. The net below represents a box created to ship clothing. The box below has a length of 7
in, a width of 5 in, and a height of 2 inches. Label the dimensions on the net below and find the
total surface area of the box.

Volume
Classwork

## Find the volume of each figure:

2 1 2
105. A mx mx m rectangular prism
3 6 5

5
106. A cube with edge of ft
7
107. A box has volume of 24 ft3 and a base of 2 ft by 3 ft, what is its height?

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108.
cm

cm
cm

1
109. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is m.
3
Find the volume of the figure.

3
110. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is
5
cm.
Find the volume of the figure.

1
111. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is in.
9
Find the volume of the figure.

3
112. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is
4
m.

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Find the volume of the figure.

Homework

## Find the volume of each figure:

4 1 7
113. A mx mx m rectangular prism
5 2 8

4
114. A cube with edges of ft
9
115. A box has volume of 24 ft3 and a base of 2 ft by 4ft, what is its height?

116.
cm

cm
cm

2
117. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is m.
3
Find the volume of the figure.

1
118. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is
4
ft.
Find the volume of the figure.

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1
119. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is
5
mm.
Find the volume of the figure.

1
120. The length, width and height of one of the small cubes is
8
m.
Find the volume of the figure.

## Polygons in the Coordinate Plane

Classwork
121. Plot the following points and connect them in the order given. Find the distance of each side.

A (2.5,2) 4

B (-5 ½ 2) 3

C (-5 ½, 5)
D (2.5,5) 2

-4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

-1

-2

-3

4
-4

122. Plot the following points and connect them in the order given. What would be the coordinate of a
2

## fourth point that would form a parallelogram? 1

R (4,-1) -4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

S (-1,-1) -1

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-3

-4
T (-4,-4)

123. Without plotting the points, find the perimeter of the shape given its coordinates.
A (4,-4) B (1,-4) C (1,-1) D (4,-1)

124. Without plotting the points, find the area of the shape given its coordinates.
H (-2,-5) I (-2,-2) J (4,-2) K (4,-5)

125. Plot the following points in the order given. What is the name and the area of the shape formed?

D (-2,5) 4

E (-5,0.5)
F (5,0)
3

G (2,5) 2

-4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

-1

-2

-3

-4

126. Plot the following points in the order given. What is the area of the shape formed?

P (-3,1)
Q (-5,-4) 4

R (-1,-4) 3

-4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

-1

-2

-3

-4

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3. 216 cm2 triangle, he used the length between the
4. 91 m 2 altitude and the base, rather than the actual
5. 80 cm2 base.
6. Yes, the rectangle and parallelogram have 39. 10 sq. units
the same area because if we cut off the 40. 7 sq. units
triangle on the right side of the 41. 44 ft2
parallelogram, we can move it over to the 42. 97.5 m2
left and make the parallelogram into a 43. 63 yd2
rectangle. Then they would have the same 44. 121.5 yd2
dimensions so their areas would be the 45. 129.5 yd2
same. 46. 20 in
7. 46.4 in2 47. 17
8. A = lw 48. The formula for the area of the a triangle is
9. A = bh A=1/2bh. Russell followed this formula
10. The base and the height of a triangle meet because 7 cm is the height of the triangle,
to form a right angle. and 43 cm is the base of the triangle.
11. 24 cm 49. 6 sq. units
12. 210 ft 2 50. 11.5 sq. units
51. 388 in2
13. 45 ft 2
52. 309 in2
14. 104 bag 53. 150 cm2
15. yes, the wall is only 264 ft 2 and the 54. 91 in2
gallon of paint covers 280 ft 2 . 55. 512 ft2
16. 72 ft2 56. 418 cm2
17. 196 mm2 57. 144 m2
18. 120 cm 2 58. 127 m2
19. 224 m2 59. 72 m2
20. 153 cm2 60. 168 m2
21. No, the rectangle and parallelogram do not 61. 251 m2
have the same height, so even though they 62. 172cm2
have the same length, they do not have the 63. 1088 cm2
same area. 64. 235 cm2
22. 89.25 m2 65. Hexagonal prism
23. Divide the total area by the length to get the 66. Cylinder
width. 67. Octagonal prism
24. Divide the total area by the height to get the 68. 6 faces, 10 edges, 6 vertices
base. 69. 8 faces, 18 edges,12 vertices
25. The base and the height of a triangle meet 70. 4 faces, 6 edges, 4 vertices
to form a right angle. 71. 6 faces, 12 edges, 8 vertices
26. 9 cm 72. Pentagonal pyramid
27. 450 ft 2 73. Triangular prism
74. Pentagonal pyramid
28. 91 ft 2
29. 105 pieces of carpet 75.
30. no, the wall is 154 ft 2 and the gallon of
paint only covers 125 ft 2 .
31. 45.5 ft2
32. 135 m2
33. 18 yd2 76.
34. 94.5 yd2
35. 168 yd2
36. The equation shows the area, 4.76 in2, is
one half the base, 3.4 in., times the height in 77. Triangular pyramid
inches, h. 78. Pentagonal prism
2.8 in = height 79. Cone
37. 8 in 80. 4 faces, 6 edges, 4 vertices
38. Donovan calculated the area correctly. 81. 7 faces, 15 edges, 10 vertices
Although Darnell did use the altitude of the 82. 5 faces, 8 edges, 5 vertices

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83. 6 faces, 16 edges, 8 vertices 107. 4 ft
84. Pentagonal prism 1
85. Square pyramid 108. cm3
20
86. Cylinder
87.
5
109. 1 m3
9
23
110. 5 cm3
125
88. 111. 32729 in3
1
112. 5 m3
89. 429 in2 16
90. 1350 m2 7
113. m3
91. 87 m2 20
92. 517.5 yd2 64
93. 819 ft2 114. ft3
94. 126 ft
729
115. 3 ft
95. 360 ft2
96. 185 cm2 5
116. cm3
97. 486 yd2 504
98. 702 yd2 2
99. 288 in2 117. 14 m3
9
100. 1012 yd2
101. 90 ft2 3
118. ft3
102. 560 yd2 8
103. 558 in2 119. 32125 mm3
104. 118 in 2 9
105. 245 m3 120. m
256
125
106. ft3
343

121.

122. (1,-4) 3

-4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

S -1

-2
R
-3

T U
-4

123. . 12 units
124. 18 units2

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125. quadrilateral (It does not have a set of parallel sides, so it cannot be a trapezoid.) 21 units 2

126. . 10 units2
4

P
1

-4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4

-1

-2

-3

Q R
-4