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1 Measurement of Regular Shapes Workbook Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
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3 Contents Chapter 1 Perimeter and Area of Squares Page 3 Chapter 2 Perimeter and Area of Rectangles Page 6 Chapter 3 Perimeter and Area of L Shapes Page 11 Chapter 4 Perimeter and Area of T Shapes Page 18 Chapter 5 Area of Triangles Page 25 Chapter 6 Volume and Surface Area of Cubes Page 29 Chapter 7 Volume and Surface Area of Rectangular Blocks Page 32 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
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5 Chapter 1 Perimeter and Area of Squares 1. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is 15 cm in length. Find the area of this square. 15cm 2. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is 35 cm in length. Find the area of this square. 35cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 3
6 3. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is 132 cm in length. Find the area of this square. 132 cm 4. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is 108 cm in length. Find the area of this square. 108 cm 4 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
7 5. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is cm in length. Find the area of this square cm 6. Find the perimeter of this square if each side is 75 cm in length. Find the area of this square. 75 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 5
8 Chapter 2 Perimeter and Area of Rectangles 1. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 15 cm 25 cm 2. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 23 cm 65 cm 6 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
9 3. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 48cm 15 cm 4. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 15cm 38 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 7
10 4. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 23 cm 65 cm 5 Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 34 cm 76 cm 8 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
11 6. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 104 cm 32 cm 7. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 99 cm 44 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 9
12 8. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle. 2.5 m 1.5 m 9. Find the perimeter of this rectangle. Find the area of this rectangle m 0.75 m 10 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
13 Chapter 3 Perimeter and Area of L Shapes 1. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building 6 m 23 m 8 m 25 m Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 11
14 2. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 15 m 12 m 23 m 31 m 12 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
15 3. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 23 cm 28 cm 50 cm 65 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 13
16 4. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 52 cm 80 cm 29 cm 78 cm 14 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
17 5. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 66 cm 58 cm 48 cm 25 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 15
18 6. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 100 cm 80 cm 49 cm 32 cm 16 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
19 7. Find the perimeter of this L shaped building. Find the area of this building. 1.2 m 0.8 m 45 cm 50 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 17
20 Chapter 4 Perimeter and Area of T Shapes 1. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 42 m 11 m 21 m 12 m 18 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
21 2. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 56 cm 14 cm 22 cm 16 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 19
22 3. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 52 cm 15 cm 28 cm 14 cm 20 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
23 4. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 80 cm 20 cm 32 cm 22 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 21
24 5. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 70 cm 23 cm 32 cm 26 cm 22 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
25 6. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 56 cm 14 cm 22 cm 16 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 23
26 7. Find the perimeter of this T shaped building. Find the area of this building. 1.2 m 24 cm 0.5 m 36 cm 24 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
27 Chapter 5 Area of Triangles 1. Find the area of this triangle. 35 cm 44 cm 2. Find the area of this triangle. 54 cm 40 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 25
28 3. Find the area of this triangle. 18 cm 30 cm 4. Find the area of this triangle. 22 cm 38 cm 26 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
29 5. Find the area of this triangle. 48 cm 50 cm 6. Find the area of this triangle. 15 cm 28 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 27
30 7. Find the area of this triangle. 35 cm 64 cm 8. Find the area of this triangle. 13 cm 44 cm 28 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
31 Chapter 6 Volume and Surface Area of Cubes 1. Find the volume of this cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 12 cm 2. Find the volume of the following cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 17 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 29
32 3. Find the volume of the following cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 21 cm 4. Find the volume of the following cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 15 cm 30 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
33 5. Find the volume of the following cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 19 cm 6. Find the volume of the following cube. Find the total surface area of the cube. 50 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 31
34 Chapter 7 Volume and Surface Area of Rectangular Blocks 1. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 20 cm Width: 9cm Height: 12 cm 32 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
35 2. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 23 cm Width: 11 cm Height: 15 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 33
36 3. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 25 cm Width: 10 cm Height: 15 cm 34 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
37 4. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 18 cm Width: 9 cm Height: 11 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 35
38 5. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 22 cm Width: 8 cm Height: 13 cm 36 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
39 6. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 44 cm Width: 18 cm Height: 30 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 37
40 7. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 23 cm Width: 9 cm Height: 11 cm 38 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
41 8. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 36 cm Width: Height: 11 cm 21 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 39
42 9. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 33 cm Width: 9 cm Height: 21 cm 40 Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service
43 10. Find the volume of the following rectangular block. Find the total surface area of this rectangular block. Length: 42 cm Width: 7 cm Height: 28 cm Junior Certificate School Programme Support Service 41
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