- Perimeter and Area of Polygons
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- Sides of polygons having the same perimeter
- Finding the missing length in a figure
- Perimeter of a piecewise rectangular figure
- Area of a rectangle involving fractions
- Distinguishing between the area and perimeter of a rectangle
- Areas of rectangles with the same perimeter
- Word problem involving the area of a square or a rectangle
- Finding the side length of a rectangle given its perimeter or area
- Area of a piecewise rectangular figure
- Area between two rectangles
- Finding the area of a right triangle on a grid
- Finding the area of a right triangle or its corresponding rectangle
- Area of a triangle
- Finding the area of a trapezoid on a grid by using triangles and rectangles
- Area involving rectangles and triangles
- Area of a parallelogram
- Area of a trapezoid
- Finding the perimeter or area of a rectangle in the coordinate plane

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