Test: Perimeter
Description: Read each problem and figure the perimeter of the shape.
Subject: Math
Subtopic: Algebra
Topic: Measurement and Probability
Grade: 3
Instructions: Answer all questions to get your test result.

Question 1 of 10
Tom made a shape that had four sides. The sides were 7 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, and 6 inches. What is the perimeter?
 20 inches 19 inches 21 inches 12 inches
Question 2 of 10
Betty made a three sided shape. All three sides were 15 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 45 inches 40 inches 30 inches 54 inches
Question 3 of 10
Kim's four sided shape had sides that were 7 inches, 8 inches, 2 inches, and 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 27 inches 26 inches 25 inches 24 inches
Question 4 of 10
Sam's rectangle had 2 sides that were 7 inches long and 2 sides that were 8 inches long. What is the perimter?
 30 inches 31 inches 19 inches 28 inches
Question 5 of 10
Bob's shape is a square. One side is 5 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 15 inches 20 inches 25 inches 5 inches
Question 6 of 10
David's shape is a triangle. Each side is 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 18 inches 14 inches 27 inches 36 inches
Question 7 of 10
Ben made a shape with six sides. Two sides were 10 inches, two sides were 5 inches, and 2 sides were 4 inches. What is the perimeter?
 38 inches 40 inches 39 inches 36 inches
Question 8 of 10
Allen's shape had sides that were 4 inches, 6 inches, 3 inches, and 9 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 12 inches 22 inches 21 inches 32 inches
Question 9 of 10
The cake pan was square. Each side was 9 inches. What is the perimter?
 18 inches 42 inches 36 inches 27 inches
Question 10 of 10
The teacher drew an unusual shape that had seven sides. The sides were 9 inches, 8 inches, 7 inches, 2 inches, 3 inches, 6 inches, and 4 inches long. What is the perimeter?
 39 inches 29 inches 44 inches 38 inches