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What's a nonagon?
a) That word doesn't exist.
b) A polygon with 9 sides.
c) A tool for geometry.
d) It's a synonim of angle.

Which of these quadrilaterals is regular?
a) The square
b) The rectangle
c) The rhombus
d) the three answers are correct.

Which of these triangles is regular?
a) scalene
b) isosceles
c) equilateral
d) the three answers are correct.

A triangle is a polygon with...
a) ...two sides.
b) ...three sides.
c) ... four sides.
d) ...five sides.

A regular polygon has...
a) ...all sides and angles different.
b) ... all sides different and all angles equal.
c) ... all sides equal and all angles different.
d) ...all sides and angles equal.

Two tangent circunferences are...
a) ... two circunferences with two points in common.
b) ... two circumferences with one point in common.
c) ...two circumferences with no point in common.
d) ...Two circumferences with the same radius.

What's the difference between circle and circumference?
a) Circle is the filling, circumference is the line around the circle.
b) Circumference is the filling, circle is the line around the circumference.
c) There's no difference
d) Circunference is always red, circle is any other colour.

What's a line segment?
a) A line with no begining and no end.
b) A line with begining and with end.
c) A circumference.
d) All answers are correct.

What's an acute angle?
a) An angle smaller than 90º.
b) An angle that's 90º.
c) An angle bigger than 90º and smaller than 180º.
d) An angle that's 180º.

We can make star polygons of...
a) ... regular triangles, squares and pentagons.
b) ... regular pentagons, hexagons and heptagons.
c) ... regular heptagons octagons and nonagons.
d) ... regular hexagons, heptagons and octagons.

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