ISEE Lower Level Quantitative : How to find the area of a parallelogram

Example Questions

Example Question #1 : Geometric Measurement: Understanding Concepts Of Area And Relating Area To Multiplication And To Addition

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #61 : Plane Geometry

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #1 : Geometric Measurement: Understanding Concepts Of Area And Relating Area To Multiplication And To Addition

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  square within the shape.

Example Question #1 : Geometric Measurement: Understanding Concepts Of Area And Relating Area To Multiplication And To Addition

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #1541 : Common Core Math: Grade 3

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #11 : Unit Squares Used To Measure Area: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.C.5a

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #61 : Plane Geometry

How many square units make up the area of the shape below?

Explanation:

The shape is made up of unit squares. We can count the number of squares within the shape to find the area.

There are  squares within the shape.

Example Question #1 : Apply Area And Perimeter Formulas For Rectangles: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Md.A.3

What is the length of a rectangular room with a perimeter of  and a width of

Explanation:

We have the perimeter and the width, so we can plug those values into our equation and solve for our unknown.

Subtract  from both sides

Divide  by both sides

Example Question #2 : Apply Area And Perimeter Formulas For Rectangles: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Md.A.3

What is the length of a rectangular room with a perimeter of  and a width of