Worksheet on Polygons

Worksheet on polygons are important to practice so that students can solve the polygon related questions easily in the 4th grade.

A simple closed figure made up of line segments is called a polygon. A polygon having four sides are called quadrilaterals. A square is a quadrilateral. In the given figure PQRS is a square. PQ, QR, RS and SP are the four equal sides. 

The point P, Q, R, S where two sides meet are called the vertices.

A rectangle is also a quadrilateral. The following figures are called polygons.

Polygons

1. Which of the following are polygons circle them?

Worksheet on Polygons


2. Draw the shapes of; 

(i) a triangle and

(ii) a quadrilateral.


3. Fill in the blanks:

(i) A triangle has ………………. sides, ………………. vertices and ……………angles.

(ii) A quadrilateral has ….………….. sides, …………….. vertices and ………… angles.

(iii) Triangles and Quadrilaterals are …………………….. .

(iv) There are ………………… types of triangles.

(v) Rectangle and Square are ……………types of quadrilaterals.


4. Name the kind of shapes given below:

Name the kind of shapes

5. Name the types of the triangles given below:

Name the types of the triangles


6. Guess who?

(i) A closed figure with more than 3 sides.

(ii) A polygon with 4 sides.

(iii) The polygon with the shape of the kite.

(iv) A polygon with 7 sides.

(v) A polygon with 8 sides.


7. Choose the right answer. 

A closed figure made of line segments only is called __________.

(a) Circle          (b) Polygon          (c) Triangle          (d) Quadrilateral 


A quadrilateral whose opposite sides are parallel and equal is called a parallelogram. A parallelogram whose all four sides are equal is called a rhombus.

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