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Which of the following is NOT always true?
a) A rhombus is a square. b) A square is a quadrilateral. c) A trapezoid is a quadrilateral. d) A square is a rectangle.
Jacy drew a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides, one pair of acute angles, and one pair of obtuse angles. Which could be the quadrilateral Jacy drew?
a) Parallelogram b) Rectangle c) Square d) Trapezoid
Dominique has a piece of paper shaped like an equilateral triangle. Which of the following describes an equilateral triangle?
a) A triangle with 3 different sized angles b) A triangle with at least 2 sides of equal length and 2 congruent angles c) A triangle with 1 right angle and 2 obtuse angles d) A triangle with exactly 3 sides of equal length and 3 congruent angles
Nancy bought a mirror in the shape of a hexagon. How many sides are there?
a) 4 b) 5 c) 6 d) 7
Which statement is true for all parallelograms?
a) All angles measure 90 degrees. b) All sides are equal in length. c) They have 2 pairs of parallel sides. d) They have 4 pairs of perpendicular sides.
What is a regular polygon?
a) A figure with all acute angles. b) A figure which has all sides and angles congruent. c) A figure with 2 or more parallel sides. d) A figure with congruent curved sides.
Two sides are said to be perpendicular if what conditions are met?
a) They never meet b) They cross and form an 'X'. c) They meet and form an acute angle. d) They meet and form a right angle.
The parking lot of a building is shaped like a trapezoid. Which statement best describes a trapezoid?
a) A shape with 4 sides and 2 pairs of parallel sides b) A shape with at least 4 sides and all obtuse angles c) A shape with 4 sides and exactly 1 pair of parallel sides d) A shape with exactly 4 sides of equal length and no right angles
Terry wants to draw a scalene triangle. How many of the sides should be the same length?
a) 0 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3
Louis has a floor rug that is shaped like an equilateral traingle. Which of the following is a true statement about an equilateral triangle?
a) It has 4 sides. b) It has 1 right angle. c) All of the angles are acute. d) All of the sides are of different lengths.
Which statement about quadrilaterals is NOT true?
a) Some parallelograms are rectangles. b) Every square is a parallelogram. c) Some rectangles are squares. d) Every parallelogram is a rectangle.
Keith hung a sign on his door. The shape of the sign is described as follows: It has 4 sides and 4 right angles. Opposite sides of the shape are parallel and equal in length. Which could be the shape of the sign?
a) Rectangle b) Triangle c) Trapezoid d) Pentagon
Percy measured the sides of a triangle. The length of the first was 7 cm. The second side's length was 5 cm. The sum of the lengths of all 3 was 19 cm. Which of the following best names the shape of the triangle?
a) Right triangle b) Scalene triangle c) Isosceles triangle d) Equilateral triangle
What are the attributes of a kite?
a) A kite has opposite sides that are congruent but not parallel. b) A kite has 2 pairs of adjacent sides that are congruent. c) A kite has 4 sides which are all congruent. d) A kite has 2 pairs of adjacent sides that are congruent and 1 pair of parallel sides.
The term -adjacent- means ....
a) opposite each other. b) both are congruent. c) next to each other or connected. d) both are acute or obtuse.
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