Mensuration| Perimeter| Area| Surface Area| Volume

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(1) Total length of outline of a closed figure is known as perimeter of that figure.

(i) Perimeter of polygons-

(a) Perimeter of any equilateral polygon is multiplication of sides with number of sides.

Perimeter of an equilateral polygon = n × side

Where, n = number of sides of equilateral polygon

Therefore perimeter of square, rhombus, equilateral triangle, equilateral pentagon or any other equilateral polygon can be calculated by above formula.

Polygon

Square

(A)Perimeter of a square = n × side

Where, n = number of sides of square

Perimeter of a square = 4 × side

 

Perimeter of Square

Eg:- Find the perimeter of square ABCD whose one side is 3 cm.

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(B) Perimeter of a rhombus = n × side

Where, n = number of sides of rhombus

Perimeter of a rhombus = 4 × side

Eg:- Find the perimeter of rhombus ABCD whose one side is 3 cm.

Ans-

Rhombus

Perimeter of Rhombus

(C) Perimeter of an equilateral triangle = n × side

Where, n = number of sides of an equilateral triangle

Perimeter of an equilateral triangle = 3 × side

Eg:- Find the perimeter of equilateral triangle ABC whose one side is 3 cm.

Ans-

 

Equilateral triangle

Perimeter of Equilateral Triangle

(D) Perimeter of an equilateral pentagon = n × side

Where, n = number of sides of an equilateral pentagon

Perimeter of an equilateral pentagon = 5 × side

Eg:- Find the perimeter of equilateral pentagon ABCDE whose one side is 3 cm.

Ans-

 

Perimeter of Equilateral Pentagon

(b) Perimeter of general polygons

Perimeter of general polygons can be calculated by adding lengths of the all sides of the general polygon.

Perimeter of general polygon = sum of the all sides of general polygon

Therefore, perimeter of parallelogram, rectangle, trapezium or any other shape can be calculated by adding all sides of that shape.

(A)Perimeter of parallelogram = sum of all sides

Eg:- Find the perimeter of parallelogram ABCD whose one side(AB) is 3 cm and other side (BC) is 2 cm.

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Perimeter of Parallelogram

(B) Perimeter of a rectangle = 2 × (l + b)

Where,

l = length of the rectangle

b = breadth of the rectangle

Eg:- Find the perimeter of rectangle ABCD whose one side(AB) is 3 cm and other side (BC) is 2 cm.

 

Rectangle

Perimeter of Rectangle

Ans-

(C)Perimeter of triangle = sum of all sides

Eg:- Find the perimeter of triangle ABC whose sides are 7 cm, 4 cm and 10 cm.

Ans-

Perimeter of Triangle

Perimeter of Pentagon

Circle

Perimeter of Circle

Area of Rectangle

Area of Square

Parallelogram

 

Area of Parallelogram

Area of triangle

Area of triangles in a parallelogram

Area of Trapezium

 

Area of General Quadrilateral

 

 

 

 

Area of Rhombus

 

Surface Area of CuboidAll Faces of Cuboid

Surface Area of Cube    All faces of cube

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Surface Area of Cylinder  Faces of Cylinder

(iv) Surface area of a right circular cone

A right circular cone is a hollow cone in which surface area is generated by a perpendicular line which is passes through center of the circular base.

The cone is made up of small triangles as shown in figure below-

Surface Area of a Right Circular Cone

 

Volume of Cuboid

 

 

Volume of Cube

 

Volume of Cylinder

 

 

Helping Topics

NCERT solution,class 7

NCERT solutions,class 8

NCERT Solution Class 9

Practice sheet,class 7

Practice sheet,class 8

Worksheet Class 9

 

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