Measurement Geometry Worksheets & Problems
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Page updated : 12 March 2018
Below are a number of worksheets covering measurement geometry problems.
These math problems involve : Scales and Time, Perimeter, Area, Volume, Imperial & Metric Measurements etc. They are concerned with the estimating and measurment of time, scales and shapes.
Perimeter : the distance around the boundary of a shape.
Area : the measure of the size of the surface of a shape.
Volume : the measure of how much space an object occupies.
Some of these measurement worksheets use imperial units and some metric units. Some concern themselves with how to convert metric to imperial and vice versa.
The Imperial System uses yards, feet, inches, etc to measure length and fahrenheit for temperature. An old system, it is still used in the United States. The French developed the Metric System (meters) in 1670. It uses metres for length, grams for weight and celcius for temperature.
High school math students can use these measurement problems for study purposes. High School Teachers  you're welcome to copy these worksheets for classroom use. Parents  if you'd like to help your child learn math we suggest you start with our math tutorial section before returning to use these worksheets.
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WORKSHEETS FOR PERIMETER, AREA AND VOLUME 

Volume and Surface Area Word Problems. 


A rectangular challenge.

Pumpkin Math Estimates.


Crossnumber. 
Container Design.



Area & Perimeter


Surface Area's

Circumference.


Tiles.

Optimizing Perimeter and Area


Using Math to Build a Swimming Pool

Liquid Measure Lab


Cross Sections.

Enlargement


Scales and Meters.

Liquid Measure Lab.


Optimizing Perimeter and Area.

System of Measurement.


Surface areas. 
Geometry Worksheet 1.

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