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- 1. MATHEMATICS - FORM 1 PERIMETER AND AREA PERIMETER A) Identifying the Perimeter of a Region
- 2. B) Finding the Perimeter of a Region Enclosed by Straight Lines
- 3. C) Problem Solving involving Perimeters
- 4. AREAS OF RECTANGLES A) Astimating the Area of a Shape
- 5. Solution
- 6. B) Finding the Area of a Rectangle C) Calculating the Area of a Rectangle
- 7. Solution
- 8. D) Calculating the Area of a right-angled Triangle as Half of the Area of Rectangle
- 9. D) Finding the Area of shape involving a Rectangles and Right-angled Triangles Solution
- 10. Worked Example 9 AREAS OF TRIANGLES, PARALLELOGRAMS AND TRAPEZIUMS A) Identifying the Heights of Triangles, Parallelograms And Trapezium
- 11. (b) Parallelograms (c) Trapezium
- 12. B) Forming the Formulae to find the Areas of Triangles, Parallelograms and Trapeziums (a) (b) Solution
- 13. Solution
- 14. Solution (a)
- 15. (b)
- 16. C) Calculating the Areas of Triangles, Parallelograms and Trapeziums
- 17. D) Finding the Height or Base of a Triangle, Parallelogram or Trapezium
- 18. E) Finding the Areas of a Figure made up of Different Shapes
- 19. F) Finding the Areas of Shaded Parts
- 20. G) Problem Solving involving the Areas of Triangles, Parallelograms and Trapreziums

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