Perimeter and Area Problems





In this page perimeter and area problems we are going to see some practice questions. For each question you can find solution.

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(1) Sibi wants to cover the floor of a room 5 m long and width 4 m by square tiles.If area of each square tiles is 0.5 m²,then find the number of tiles required to cover the floor of a room

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(2) The cost of a right triangular land and the cost of a rectangular land are equal. Both the lands are adjacent to each other. In a right triangular land the adjacent sides of the right angles are 30 m and 40 m. The dimensions of the rectangular land are 20 m and 15 m. Which is best to purchase?

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(3) Mani bought a square plot of side 50 m. Adjacent to this Ravi bought a rectangular plot of length 60 m and breadth 40 m for the same price. Find out who is benefited and how many sq. m. are more for him?

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(4) Which has larger area? A right triangle with the length of the sides containing the right angle being 80 cm and 60 cm or a square of length 50 cm.

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(5) A garden is in the form of a triangle. Its base is 26 m and height is 28 m. Find the cost of leveling the garden at Rs 5 per m².

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(6) A diagonal of a quadrilateral is 25 cm, and perpendicular on it from the opposite vertices are 5 cm and 7 cm. Find the area of the quadrilateral.

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(7) The area of a quadrilateral is 54 cm². The perpendiculars from two opposite vertices to the diagonal are 4 cm and 5 cm. What is the length of this diagonal?

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(8) A plot of land is in the form of a quadrilateral, where one of its diagonals is 250 m long. The two vertices on either side of the diagonal are 70 m and 80m away. What is the area of the plot of the land?

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