Area of Squares and Rectangles (Real Estates Themed) Worksheets

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Definition

  • The area of a two-dimensional shape is the space occupied by it. 
  • Some synonymous terms for area are space and region.
  • Area is measured in square units such as square feet, square meters, acres, etc. 

Summary

QUADRILATERALS

  • “Quad” means four and “lateral” means side
  • It is a 2-dimensional figure
  • It is a closed-flat shape
  • It has four edges and four straight sides
  • The types of quadrilaterals are square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, kite, trapezoid/trapezium.

Area of square
A = s  x  s

Area of rectangle
A = lw

Example

Yvonne is a real estate agent. Currently, she is trying to sell two house and lot properties. The smaller property is a square-shaped lot whose side measures 16 meters while the bigger one is rectangular in shape with length equal to 32 m and width equal to 25 m. Compute for the lot area of the two properties. 

Since the lot is square in shape, we just need to multiply 16 m to itself to get the area. So, 
A = 16 m x 16 m = 256 square meters.
The lot area of the smaller property is 256 square meters.

Since the lot is a  rectangular shape, we just need to multiply its length and width. So,
A = 32 m x 25 m = 800 square meters.
The lot area of the bigger property is 800 square meters.

Area of Squares and Rectangles (Real Estates Themed) Worksheets

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Worksheets Activities Included

Ages 8-9 (Basic)

  • Townhouse for Sale
  • Yvonne: The Real Estate Agent
  • Lot to Buy, Lot to Solve
  • Sale Promo
  • Our Real Estate

Ages 9-10 (Advanced)

  • How Much In All?
  • HWM Real Estates Offerings
  • How Much is the Downpayment?
  • Monthly Amortization
  • Which One is More Expensive?