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Tiffani Morgan Area And Perimeter Project

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  • 1. Around the World Area and Perimeter Style By: Tiffani and Morgan
  • 2. Dianna wants to put a frame around the book. The book is 26cm by 21cm. How much frame does she need? 21cm 26cm
  • 3. Answer #1
    • Finding the perimeter is adding all the sides together.
    • The perimeter of the book is 94cm.
  • 4. Tiffani wants to put a tablecloth on the table top. The tabletop is 60 ½cm by 120/2cm. How much tablecloth does Tiffani need? 60 ½ cm 120/2cm
  • 5. Answer #2
    • Formula of finding the area for a square is multiplying the number by squared.
    • The area of the tabletop is 121cm 2 .
  • 6. Mrs. O’Kane wants to put a border around this poster. The poster is 44cm by 58cm. How much border will Mrs. O’Kane have to buy? 58cm 44cm
  • 7. Answer #3
    • Finding the perimeter is adding all of the sides together.
    • The perimeter of the poster is 102cm.
  • 8. Tommy wants to put a black background in his diorama. The diorama is 29cm by 16cm. How much black background does Tommy need? 29cm 16cm
  • 9. Answer #4
    • Formula: Multiply the width by the height
    • The area of the diorama is 464cm 2
  • 10. Robert wants to paint the triangle a different color. The triangle is 11.5cm by 8.5cm. How much paint does Robert need? 8.5cm 11.5cm
  • 11. Answer #5
    • Formula: Multiplying the base by height and then dividing it by 2 or multiplying it by ½ .
    • The area of the triangle is 121cm 2.
  • 12. Congratulations
    • You learned how to find the area and the perimeter of triangles, squares, and rectangles and what the formulas are.
    • Thanks-
    • Morgan & Tiffani.
    • Coming soon to your math class.

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