3.MD.8.-Test1C Solve problems involving perimeters of polygons
 Name:    3.MD.8.-Test1C Solve problems involving perimeters of polygons

 CompletionComplete each statement. 1. What is the perimeter of a square that has sides 63 in long? (Use a number only.) 2. A square has sides that are 16 cm long. What is the perimeter? (Use a number only.) 3. If an equilateral triangle had sides that were 12 in long, what would the perimeter be? (Use a number only.) 4. If a octagon had equivalent sides that were 7 m long, what would the length of the perimeter be?  Use the proper abbreviation with the number. 5. If a decagon had equivalent sides that were 13 in long, what would the length of the perimeter be?  Use the proper abbreviation with the number. 6. If a hexagon had equivalent sides that were 34 cm long, what would the size of the perimeter be?  Use the proper abbreviation with the number. 7. What is the perimeter of a square with 78 cm long sides?  Use a number only. 8. What is the perimeter of an equilateral triangle that has sides 8 m long?  Use a number only. 9. What is the perimeter of an octagon that has equal sides 16 cm long?  Use a number only. 10. A polygon has the following sides lengths: 15 in, 13 in, 19 in, 27 in, and 36 in.  What is it's perimeter?  Use the appropriate measurement abbreviation.