Cambridge Mathematics Lower Secondary Measure

Cambridge Mathematics Lower Secondary – Measure

5.1 Angle Geometry
5.2 Time
5.3 Measurement
5.4 Perimeter
5.5 Area
5.6 Surface Area
5.7 Volume

48 Lessons

About the course

This Cambridge Mathematics Lower Secondary course on measure will provide you with an advanced understanding of all relevant aspects of knowledge. Teaching the principles, systems, patterns, functions and relationships, you will gain a detailed understanding of everything in this curriculum, allowing you to excel in mathematics, as well as being able to apply the principles to everyday life.

Designed to be easily accessible, the only equipment needed for this course is a laptop or computer with an Internet connection, a notepad, pen and calculator.

Lessons include:

  • Angle Geometry
  • Time
  • Measurement
  • Perimeter
  • Area
  • Surface Area
  • Volume

What to expect

This course will guide you through every topic related to measure, allowing you to continuously improve your knowledge and build on existing skills.

Sections are organised to teach you the full curriculum in small, manageable lessons. Go through the course, entering your answers for them to be marked as correct or incorrect. The benefit of this is that you can correct your mistakes, perfecting your understanding of measure as you work your way through the course. Once you have completed a section, it can be marked as complete, helping you to remain organised.

Making learning simple, the progress bar highlights your completion percentage, helping you to manage your time as well as working to keep you motivated throughout the course.


  • Learn the full curriculum on measure
  • Split into manageable sections for easy learning
  • View your progress throughout the course
  • Input your answers and make corrections as you learn

Course Materials


Time Conversions

Time Calculations

12-Hour and 24-Hour Clock



Travel Graphs



Imperial Standard Units

Length Conversions

Evaluation by Converting Lengths

Equations by Converting Lengths

Capacity Units

Evaluation by Converting Capacity Units

Mass Conversions

Evaluation by Converting Masses

Volume Capacity Connection

Accuracy and Error

Estimation and Approximation


Perimeter Formula


Applications of Perimeter


Area Units

Area of Triangles using Heights

Area of Rectangles

Area of Parallelograms

Area of Rhombus and Kites

Area of Trapeziums

Area of Circles

Area of Composite Shapes


Surface Area of Prisms

Surface Area of Pyramids

Surface Area of Cylinders

Surface Area of Spheres

Surface Area of Cones

Surface Area of Composite Solids


Volume Units

Volume of Prisms

Volume of Cylinders

Volume of Pyramids

Volume of Cones

Volume of Spheres

Volume of Composite Solids