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We will practice the questions given in the worksheet on volume of a cube and cuboid. We know the volume of an object is the amount of space occupied by the object.1. Fill in the blanks:
We will practice the questions given in the worksheet on area of a square and rectangle. We know the amount of surface that a plane figure covers is called its area. 1. Find the area of the square length of whose sides are given below: (i) 15 m (ii) 250 m (iii) 25 cm
In worksheet on volume we will solve 10 different types of question in volume. 1. Find the volume of a cube of side 14 cm. 2. Find the volume of a cube of side 17 mm. 3. Find the volume of a cube of side 27 m.
Recall the topic and practice the math worksheet on area and perimeter of squares. Students can practice the questions on area of squares and perimeter of squares. 1. Find the perimeter and area of the following squares whose dimensions are: (a) 16 cm (b) 5.3 m
Recall the topic and practice the math worksheet on area and perimeter of rectangles. Students can practice the questions on area of rectangles and perimeter of rectangles. 1. Find the area and perimeter of the following rectangles whose dimensions are: (a) length = 17 m
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on perimeter. The questions are based on finding the perimeter of the triangle, perimeter of the square, perimeter of rectangle and word problems. I. Find the perimeter of the triangles having the following sides.
We will discuss here how to find the perimeter of a square. Perimeter of a square is the total length (distance) of the boundary of a square. We know that all the sides of a square are equal. Perimeter of a Square Perimeter of the square ABCD = AB+BC+CD+AD=2 cm+2cm+2cm+2cm
Cuboid is a solid box whose every surface is a rectangle of same area or different areas. A cuboid will have a length, breadth and height. Hence we can conclude that volume is 3 dimensional. To measure the volumes we need to know the measure 3 sides.
Area of a rectangle is discussed here. We know, that a rectangle has length and breadth. Let us look at the rectangle given below. Each rectangle is made of squares. The side of each square is 1 cm long. The area of each square is 1 square centimeter.
A cube is a solid box whose every surface is a square of same area. Take an empty box with open top in the shape of a cube whose each edge is 2 cm. Now fit cubes of edges 1 cm in it. From the figure it is clear that 8 such cubes will fit in it. So the volume of the box will
Volume is the amount of space enclosed by an object or shape, how much 3-dimensional space (length, height, and width) it occupies. A flat shape like triangle, square and rectangle occupies surface on the plane. When we draw a flat shape on a paper, it occupies a certain
In area of a square we will learn how to find the area by counting squares. To find the area of a region of a closed plane figure, we draw the figure on a centimeter squared paper and then count the number of squares enclosed by the figure. We know, that square is
Areas of irregular figures can be determined by dividing the figure into squares and rectangles. Some irregular figures are made of rectangular or square regions. The areas of such irregular figures can be determined by calculating the areas of these rectangles and squares.
The amount of surface that a plane figure covers is called its area. It’s unit is square centimeters or square meters etc. A rectangle, a square, a triangle and a circle are all examples of closed plane figures. In the following figures, the shaded region of each of the
We will discuss here how to find the perimeter of a triangle. We know perimeter of a triangle is the total length (distance) of the boundary of a triangle. Perimeter of a triangle is the sum of lengths of its three sides. The perimeter of a triangle ABC Perimeter
We will discuss here how to find the perimeter of a rectangle. We know perimeter of a rectangle is the total length (distance) of the boundary of a rectangle. ABCD is a rectangle. We know that the opposite sides of a rectangle are equal. AB = CD = 5 cm and BC = AD = 3 cm
Perimeter of a figure is explained here. Perimeter is the total length of the boundary of a closed figure. The perimeter of a simple closed figure is the sum of the measures of line-segments which have surrounded the figure.
The number of times a figure fits into itself in one complete rotation is called the order of rotational symmetry. If A° is the smallest angle by which a figure is rotated so that rotated from fits onto the original form, then the order of rotational symmetry is given
We will learn how to use nets to find the surface area of a solid? Let us take a box made of cardboard. If we cut open the box and flatten it out, the flat shape is called the net of the box. A net is a two-dimensional shape that can be folded to make a three-dimensional
If we place a mirror on the line of symmetry we can see the complete image. So, we find that the mirror image or reflection of the image in the mirror and the given figure are exactly symmetrical. This type of symmetry is called reflection symmetry.
The shapes and objects that look the same after a certain amount of rotation are said to have rotational symmetry. Some shapes look the same after half a turn. If we turn English alphabet S around a centre point by 180° we get the alphabet S in the same position.
Worksheet on line symmetry we will solve different types of questions. 4th grade students can practice this geometry worksheet to get the basic ideas on line symmetry. Fill in the blanks: (i) A square has …... lines of symmetry. (ii) An equilateral triangle has
We know that any object or shape which can be cut in two equal halves in such a way that both the parts are exactly the same is called symmetrical and the line which divides the shape in two equal halves is called the line of symmetry. A shape can have many lines of symmetry
In 5th Grade Geometry Worksheet we will classify the given angles as acute, right or obtuse angle; using a protractor, find the measure of the given angle, classify the given triangle and circle the numbers with right angles. 1. Write 3 examples of right angles. 2. Name the
Triangles are classified in two ways: (i) On the basis of sides and, (ii) On the basis of angles.In classification of triangle there are six elements in a triangle, that is, three sides and three angles. So, classification of triangle is done on the base of these elements.
A triangle is a simple closed figure made up of three line segments. It has three sides and three vertices. It is represented by the symbol ∆. Triangle is one of the basic shape in geometry. We know that we can mark many points on any given line. Three or more points which
We will learn how to construction of an angle using a protractor. Let us draw an angle whose measure is 60°. Use a ruler to draw YZ. Now, place the protractor over YZ such that the baseline of the protractor coincides with YZ and midpoint of the baseline coincides with point
In worksheet on angles you will solve 10 different types of questions on angles. Classify the following angles into acute, obtuse, right and reflex angle: (i) 35° (ii) 185° (iii) 90°
Types of angles are discussed here in this lesson. Angles are classified on the basis of their measures. Acute Angle: An angle whose measure is less than 90° is called an acute angle. Right Angle: An angle whose measure is 90° is called right angle.
In measuring an angle by a protractor, first we need to know what a protractor is.It is an instrument for measuring or constructing an angle of a given measure. It is a circular or semicircular piece of metal or plastic.
Angle is discussed here in details. In our daily life we come across different objects having two arms hinged at a point. For example, hands of a clock, two arms of a divider, and two sharp edges of a scissors are all hinged at a point and thus are inclined to each other.
We have learnt about lines, line segments, rays open and closed curves. We also know how to draw two parallel lines using set-squares. Now, answer the following questions to have a quick review of what we have learnt earlier.
In 5th Grade Integers Worksheet we will solve how to show the given integers on the number line, addition and subtraction of integers using number line, comparison of integers, absolute value of an integer, true or false statements of integers and word problems on integers.
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition and subtraction using number line. We know, adding a negative number means moving to the left-side on the number line and adding a positive number means moving to the right-side on the number line.
We will learn subtraction of integers using number line. We know that subtraction is the inverse of addition. Therefore, to subtract an integer, we add its additive inverse. For example, to find +5 – (+3), we add +5 + (-3). So, on the number line, we move to the left of +5
We will learn addition of integers using number line. We know that counting forward means addition. When we add positive integers, we move to the right on the number line. For example to add +2 and +4 we move 4 steps to the right of +2. Thus, +2 +4 = +6.
I. Compare the given numbers and put the right sign >, < or =. You may think of a number line when considering the answers:
When we represent integers on the number line, we observe that the value of the number increases as we move towards right and decreases as we move towards left. The whole numbers are on the right side of the 0 and in the left side of the 0 there are negative numbers.
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on absolute value of an integer. We know that, the absolute value of an integer is its numerical value without taking the sign into consideration. I. Write the absolute value of each of the following: (i) 15 (ii) -24 (iii) -375
Absolute value of an integer is its numerical value without taking the sign into consideration. The absolute values of -9 = 9; the absolute value of 5 = 5 and so on. The symbol used to denote the absolute value is, two vertical lines (| |), one on either side of an integer.
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on integers and the number line. The questions are based on integers and how to find the integers using a number line. I. Using the following number line, fill in the blanks:
What are integers? The negative numbers, zero and the natural numbers together are called integers. A collection of numbers which is written as... -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.. . These numbers
In 5th Grade Factors and Multiples Worksheets we will find the multiples of a given number, find the prime factors of a number, HCF of co-prime number, LCM of two co-prime numbers, HCF of two co-prime numbers, common multiples of three numbers, word problems on LCM and word
In worksheet on word problems on H.C.F. and L.C.M. we will find the greatest common factor of two or more numbers and the least common multiple of two or more numbers and their word problems. I. Find the highest common factor and least common multiple of the following pairs
We will solve different types of problems given in the Worksheet on H.C.F. and L.C.M. I. Find highest common factor of the following by complete factorisation: (i) 48, 56, 72 (ii) 198, 360 (iii) 102, 68, 136 (iv) 1024, 576 (v) 405, 783, 513
Let us consider some of the word problems on l.c.m. (least common multiple). 1. Find the lowest number which is exactly divisible by 18 and 24. We find the L.C.M. of 18 and 24 to get the required number.
Let us consider some of the word problems on H.C.F. (highest common factor). 1. Two wires are 12 m and 16 m long. The wires are to be cut into pieces of equal length. Find the maximum length of each piece. 2.Find the greatest number which is less by 2 to divide 24, 28 and 64
The product of highest common factor (H.C.F.) and lowest common multiple (L.C.M.) of two numbers is equal to the product of two numbers i.e., H.C.F. × L.C.M. = First number × Second number or, LCM × HCF = Product of two given numbers
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on l.c.m. to find the least common multiple by listing their multiples, by common prime factors and by division method. I. Find the L.C.M. of the following by listing their multiples. (i) 5, 10, 15 (ii) 4, 10, 12 (iii) 3, 9, 12