## Grade 5 Maths Area and Its Boundary Worksheets

1. Observe the following, name them and complete the table:

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2. Fill in the blanks:

(a) The region enclosed between the boundaries of a figure is called its ……………. .

(b) Area of a rectangle = ……………… × ………………… .

(c) Area of a square = ………………….. × ………………… .

(d) The sum of the lengths of all the line segments of a simple closed f igure is called its …………………… .

3. Measure the perimeter of these figures by counting the lines along the boundary. (Each square is 1 cm in length)

(a) ……………

(b) ……………

(c) …………….

(d) …………….

(e) ……………..

(f) ………………

4. Which unit will you choose to measure the areas of the following:

(a) A handkerchief

(b) Your city

(c) The blackboard or white board in your class

(d) Your classroom

(e) A cricket field

(f) A saree

(g) The Dal lake in Srinagar

(h) A computer screen

5. Find the area using the formula:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

6. Find the perimeter using the formula:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

7. Find the perimeter of the rectangles using the formula:

(a) Length = 4 cm; Breadth = 9 cm ……………………..

(b) Length = 5 cm; Breadth = 7 cm ……………………..

(c) Length = 20 cm; Breadth = 12 cm ………………….

(d) Length = 100 cm; Breadth = 20 cm ……………….

(e) Length = 14 cm; Breadth = 2.5 cm …………………

(f) Length = 17.5 cm; Breadth = 7 cm …………………..

8. Find the perimeter of squares with sides of the following lengths:

(a) 4 cm

(b) 10 cm

(c) 5 cm

(e) 120 cm

(f) 14 cm

9. Find the lengths of the sides of squares with the following perimeters:

(a) 32 cm

(b) 44 cm

(c) 20 cm

(d) 108 cm

(e) 56 cm

(f) 200 cm

10. Find the perimeter (P) and area (A) of each rectangle:

11. Find the perimeter (P) and area (A) of the each square:

12. Tick (✓) the right cloud:

(a) The area of a square of side 12 cm will be

(b) A rectangular plot is 20 cm by 15 cm, its area will be

(c) The perimeter of a square whose sides are 6.4 cm will be

(d) The perimeter of a square whose sides are 10.5 cm will be

13. Solve the following word problems.

(a) (i) Find the area of the floor of a room to carpet whose length is 12m and breadth is 9m.

(ii) What will be the cost of the carpet if 1 sq. m costs ₹ 50?

(b) Find the cost of fencing a rectangular park of 120m length and 80m breadth at the rate of ₹ 2 per metre.

14. Given the perimeter; find the length of the side of each square.

15. Mental Maths:

(a) If l = 5cm, b = 4cm

Then, Perimeter = ………………

Area ………………

(b) In a square, side = 5cm.

It’s Area = …………………

Perimeter = ………………

(c) The Area of the square = 36 sq.cm

Its Side = …………………

Perimeter = ………………..

(d) Perimeterof a square = 36 sq.cm

Its Side = ……………….

Area ………………..

16. Word Problems:

(a) A rectangular garden of length 15.5m and breadth 13.5m has to be fenced all around. What length of fencing will be required?

(b) Nalin wants to paste a ribbon around a square painting with each side = 45cm. What length of ribbon will be required?

(c) The cost of dry cleaning a carpet is ₹ 50 per sq.m. Find the cost of dry cleaning a carpet of length 4.5m and breadth 3m.

(d) Find the cost of filling a bathroom 3.50m long and 2m wide if the cost of filling is ₹ 250 per sq.m.