Presentation on theme: "Trapezoid Borrow a Mathematics Chart from Mr. Rosas and use the centimeter ruler to measure the perimeter of the figure below to the nearest centimeter."— Presentation transcript:
Trapezoid Borrow a Mathematics Chart from Mr. Rosas and use the centimeter ruler to measure the perimeter of the figure below to the nearest centimeter. 1.
Pentagon The table below shows the number of points scored by Mr. Rosas’ class and Mrs. Jones’ class during 2 halves of a basketball game. 2. First HalfSecond Half 18 36Mr. Rosas’ Class Mrs. Jones’ Class How many more points in all did Mr. Rosas’ class score than Mrs. Jones’ class? 49 28
Hexagon 3. Riddle A square has a perimeter of 12 inches and an area of 9 inches. What is the length of one side?
Octagon Solve. 4. Cecily collected 19 bags of aluminum cans for a school recycling contest. Each bag contained 40 aluminum cans. Altogether how many aluminum cans did Cecily collect for her school’s recycling contest?
Parallelogram During a math game, Frank’s team answered 6 questions worth 1 point each and 3 questions worth 2 points each. Lucinda’s team answered 7 questions worth 3 points each and 2 questions worth 1 point each. What was the final score? 5. Frank’s team scored ______________ Lucinda’s team scored ______________