This is a 3rd Grade Quiz on Geometry! Have you been having a hard time understanding how to solve some of the common geometry problems? The quiz below is perfect for seeing how true that is. How about you give it a shot and get to refresh your memory? Once done, keep a look out for other geometry quizzes as well. All the best!
By counting the square units inside it
By counting the square units on the left side
Through counting the square units on the upper part
By adding all the square units in all sides
Count all the square units that you can see in the square.
By counting the squares in the right and left side.
You can count some of the square units
Through counting one side vertically and one side horizontally
Add the length and the width. If the length is unknown, multiply it twice.
Multiply the width by itself. If the length is unknown, add the area to the width.
Multiply the length and the width. Divide the area to the length or the width if one of it is unknown.
Divide the area with the length or width to get the missing side of the area.
3
4
10
12
20
25
26
22
Timmy can multiply one side of the square four times to get itâ€™s area.
To have the area, he can add all the sides of the square.
Timmy must multiply one side of the square twice to have the area of a square.
He can add the length and width of the square to get the answer.
12
16
24
32
16 cm.2 and 24 cm.2
12 cm.2 and 10 cm.2
24 cm.2 and 16 cm.2
10 cm.2 and 12cm.2
400 sq. m.
410 sq. m.
450 sq. m.
430 sq. m.
20
21
28
23
120 sq. m and 130 sq. m.
100 sq. m and 132 sq. m.
110 sq. m and 142 sq. m.
140 sq. m and 152 sq. m.
8m. ^{2}
4m. ^{2}
9 m. ^{2}
6 m. ^{2}
40 cm.
50 cm.
60 cm.
70 cm.
30 units
10 units
20 units
40 units
43 sq.m.
66 sq.m.
63 s.q m.
53 s.q m.