Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
5.E2.5 use the area relationships among rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles to develop the formulas for the area of a parallelogram and the area of a triangle, and solve related problems.
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1 of 101. Question
1. Triangle JKM is shown as part of Rectangle JKLM.
What is the area, in square centimetres, of Triangle JKM?
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2 of 102. Question
2. Figure 1 is a parallelogram as shown below.
What is the area, in square centimetres, of Figure 1?
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3 of 103. Question
3. Triangle P has the same height as Rectangle R.
What is the area, in square millimetres, of Triangle P?

sq mm
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4 of 104. Question
4. Figure 1 and Figure 2 have the same area.
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5 of 105. Question
5. Figure A and Figure B have the same area.
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6 of 106. Question
6. Which figure has a larger area, Figure 1 or Figure 2?
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7 of 107. Question
7. Fill in the blank with the are of the triangle.

sq mm
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8 of 108. Question
8. True or false, the Figures below have the same area.
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9 of 109. Question
9. Fill in the blank with the area of the figure below.

sq cm
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10 of 1010. Question
10. True or false, FIgure 1 and Figure 2 have the same area.
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