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Word Problem Exercises: Area and Perimeter of Basic Polygons


General Questions


What is the largest possible area of a quadrilateral with a perimeter of 32 cm.
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If the perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 18 cm, what is its area?
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One of the bases of a trapezoid is half the other and the height is one third the length of the longer base. If the longer base is 6 m, what is the area?
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An isosceles trapezoid has legs that are 5 m and the shorter of the two bases is 4. If the height is 3, what is the area of the trapezoid?
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A right triangle is also an isosceles triangle with an area of . What is the perimeter. (Round to the nearest tenth if needed.)
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If the diagonal of a rectangle is 10 m, what is the perimeter if the side lengths are both integers?
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