Welcome to our Perimeter of a Semi-Circle page.

Here you will find a range of free printable perimeter sheets and support,
which will help your child to learn to calculate the perimeter of a range of semi-circles.

Quicklinks to ...

On this webpage you will find our range of worksheets to help your child learn to work out the perimeter of a range of semi-circles.

These sheets are graded from easiest to hardest, and each sheet comes complete with answers.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- understand what perimeter is;
- know how to find the perimeter of a semi-circle;
- solve word problems involving perimeter of semi-circles;

- Perimeter is the distance around the outside of a shape.
- It can be measured in cm, inches, feet, yards, km, miles, etc.

A good way of thinking about the perimeter of a shape in front of you is to imagine that you are very small and standing on one of the corners of the shape. Imagine walking along the edge of the shape until you get back to where you started. The distance you have walked will be the perimeter.

For more help with perimeter please use: this link.

The perimeter of the semi-circle is the same as half of the perimeter of a circle the same size, with the diameter added on.

To find the perimeter of a semi-circle, follow these simple steps:

- find the diameter of the semi-circle (the distance of the straight line along the bottom of the semi-circle)
- find the radius of the circle by halving the diameter.
- multiple the radius by pi (or π) to find the perimeter of the curved part
- add on the diameter of the circle.

The formula for the circumference of a circle is C = π r + d,

where C is the circumference, r is the radius and d is the diameter.

Re-writing the formula in terms of the radius: C = π r + 2r.

Re-writing the forumla in terms of the diameter: C = ½ π d + d.

Pi is a special mathematical number which is used to help calculate areas and perimeters of circles.

Pi always has the same value which is 3.141592...

Find the perimeter of the semi-circle below to 1 decimal place.

To find the perimter of a circle, we need to multiply the radius by pi (π), then add on the diameter.

The radius of the semi-circle is 6 ÷ 2 = 3 cm

So the perimeter of this semi-circle is π r + d = π x 3 + 6 cm

If we take π = 3.14, the perimeter is 3.14 x 3 + 6 = 15.4 cm (to 1 decimal place).

Find the perimeter of the semi-circle below to the nearest inch.

To find the perimter of a circle, we need to multiply the radius by pi (π), then add on the diameter.

The radius of the semi-circle is 11 ÷ 2 = 5.5 inches

So the perimeter of this semi-circle is π r + d = π x 5.5 + 11 inches.

If we calculate this to the nearest cm, the perimeter is 3.14 x 5.5 + 11 = 28 inches (to the nearest inch).

Find the perimeter of the semi-circle below and give your answer to 1 decimal place.

To find the perimter of a circle, we need to multiply the radius by pi (π), then add on the diameter.

The radius of the semi-circle is 5 ft, so the diameter is double this which is 10 ft.

So the perimeter of this semi-circle is π r + d = π x 5 + 10 ft

If we calculate this to 2 decimal places, the perimeter is 3.14 x 5 + 10 = 25.7 ft.

We have split the worksheets into 2 different sections:

- The first section contains straightforward perimeter of semicircle questions;
- The second section contains perimeter of circle word problems;
- Each worksheet comes with two versions: version A is in standard units, version B is in metric units.

Sheets 1A and 1B contains straightforward perimeter problems involving semi-circles.

Sheets 2A and 2B contain harder word problems that require more thinking to solve!

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

Take a look at our other circle worksheets.

We have more perimeter resources and worksheets.

Check out the pages below!

Here is our selection of free printable area worksheets for 3rd and up.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- work out the areas of a range of rectangles;
- find the area of rectilinear shapes;
- find the areas of a right triangle and different quadrilaterals.
- use our area calculators to find the area of different shapes and show you the working out

How to Print or Save these sheets

Need help with printing or saving?

Follow these 3 easy steps to get your worksheets printed out perfectly!

How to Print or Save these sheets

Need help with printing or saving?

Follow these 3 easy steps to get your worksheets printed out perfectly!

The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

We welcome any comments about our site or worksheets on the Facebook comments box at the bottom of every page.

Looking for some fun printable math games?

We have some great games for you to play in our Math Games e-books!

Do you know how old you are...in weeks? days? hours?

Are you more than a million minutes old?

Find out how old you are to the nearest second!

We have updated and improved our fraction calculators to show you how to solve your fraction problems step-by-step!

Take a look and try them out!

Have a look at some of our most popular pages to see different Math activities and ideas you could use with your child

- Reverse Percentage Calculator
- List of Geometric Shapes
- Equivalent Fractions
- 3d Geometric Shapes
- Perimeter Worksheets

If you are a regular user of our site and appreciate what we do, please consider making a small donation to help us with our costs.

Get a free sample copy of our Math Salamanders Dice Games book with each donation!

Looking for a fun and motivating way to learn and practice math skills?

Why not try one of our free printable math games with your students!

## New! Comments

Have your say about the Math resources on this page! Leave me a comment in the box below.