Name Date Explore Perimeter and Area 1. 2. Trina’s room has a perimeter of 36 units and an area of 80 square units. Use grid paper to draw a picture of Trina’s room. Problem Solving 18.1 Drawing should show 8 10 rectangle. Melia has a photo that is 7 inches long and 5 inches wide. Draw a model of Melia’s photo. What are the perimeter and area of the photo? Drawing should show 5 7 rectangle. perimeter 24 inches; area 35 square inches 3. You Decide Xavier has a rectangular puzzle that has an area of 16 square units. Vince has a rectangular puzzle that has a perimeter of 16 units. Are the puzzles the same size? Draw a picture to help explain your answer. Possible answer: The puzzles could be the same size if both are squares that are 4 units on each side. But Xavier’s puzzle could be 8 units long and 2 units wide. 4. Reasoning Can two rectangles have the same area but different perimeters? Explain. Yes; Explanations may vary. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Use with text pages 452–453.