Decimals and measures: calculation and conversion of units of area

Decimals and measures: calculation and conversion of units of area

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will be investigating the relationship between square millimetres, centimetres and metres, then apply this understanding to calculating area.

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3 Questions

Q1.
Calculate the area of the parallelogram.
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18 cm²
Correct answer: 36 cm²
39.6 cm²
Q2.
Calculate the area of the triangle.
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12 cm²
14 cm²
16 cm²
Correct answer: 7 cm²
8 cm²
Q3.
A shape is made up of 12 congruent equilateral triangles, with base 3.4 cm and height 2.9 cm. What is the total area of the shape?
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118.32 cm²
29.58 cm²
Correct answer: 59.16 cm²

3 Questions

Q1.
Calculate the area of the triangle.
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10.545 cm²
18.13 cm²
21.09 cm²
Correct answer: 9.065 cm²
Q2.
Calculate the area of the parallelogram.
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1,190 mm²
Correct answer: 2,380 mm²
2,652 mm²
Q3.
Calculate the area of the rectangle in mm².
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Correct answer: 2,054 mm²
20.54 mm²
205.4 mm²

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UnitMaths / Decimals and measures