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# Area Questions - All Grades

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The trapezoid pictured has a height of 3cm. The first base is 5cm and the second base is 3cm. What is the area?
1. 21 square centimeters
2. 12 square centimeters
3. 120 Square centimeters
4. 210 Square centimeters
A square has a perimeter of 24 inches. What is the area of the square?
1. 36 square inches
2. 144 square inches
3. 12 square inches
4. 28 square inches
The area of a rectangle with a base of 4 inches and a height of 5 inches is:
1. 20 square inches
2. 9 square inches
3. 18 square inches
4. 10 square inches
Robert needs to determine the area of his garden. The garden is 12 feet long and 9 feet wide. Which statement explains how Robert can correctly calculate the area of his garden?
1. Find the sum of 12 and 9
2. Multiply 1 by 2, multiply 1 by 9, and find the sum of the products
3. Multiply 1 by 9, multiply 2 by 9, and find the sum of the products.
4. Multiply 10 by 9, multiply 2 by 9, and find the sum of the products.