Quadrilateral Worksheet

Quadrilateral are plane figures consisting of four sides and four angles. They are sometimes termed as tetragons or quadrangles. They are divided into convex, concave and crossed quadrilaterals. A simple quadrilateral is a quadrilateral that is not intersecting. Concave and Convex quadrilaterals are also considered as simple quadrilaterals.

In Convex Quadrilaterals both diagonals lie in the quadrilateral and all the interior angles are less than 180 degrees. In the case of Concave Quadrilateral, one of the two diagonals lies outside the quadrilateral, and one interior angle is bigger than 180 degrees.

Quadrilateral Worksheets are customizable. The questions are based completely on CBSE Syllabus and NCERT. They are of great help for calculating the area of quadrilaterals. These problems ask to calculate the area by giving the required co-ordinates of the vertices of the different shapes.

There are seven different types of Quadrilaterals, and they are Kite, Scalene, Rhombus, Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram and Trapezoid. These worksheets involve the activity that asks students to name the quadrilaterals among the different types.  These worksheets are a useful source and are generated randomly.

Practise This Question

An isosceles trapezium has an area of 36 cm2, the parallel sides are 12 cm and 6 cm respectively. The perimeter of the trapezium should be