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2 boys have rectangular rooms with the same perimeter. Are the rooms congruent?
a) No.
b) Yes.
c) Maybe.
d) Don't know.

62/10 =
a) 6 and 2/10
b) 5 and 3/10
c) 7 and 4/10
d) 2 and 9/10

Congruent figures have
a) four of the same sides.
b) the same shape.
c) the same size and shape.
d) the same sides.

23/7 =
a) 3 and 1/7
b) 3 and 2/7
c) 2 and 3/7
d) 4 and 5/7

3 and 1/6 =
a) 19/6
b) 14/4
c) 4/9
d) 23/6

4 and 2/3 =
a) 10/3
b) 16/2
c) 9/3
d) 14/3

16/3 =
a) 1 and 1/3
b) 3 and 2/3
c) 5 and 1/3
d) 4 and 1/3

A line of symmetry has sides that are exactly alike.
a) No, that is called a congruent line.
b) No, the sides are not the same.
c) Yes, but it a curve, not a line.
d) Yes, the line of symmetry is in the middle of the two exactly alike sides.

An example of a line of symmetry would be:
a) the middle of a butterfly.
b) the middle of a rectangle.
c) the middle of a square.
d) all of the examples.

1 and 1/2 plus 2 and 1/2 =
a) 3
b) 4
c) 5
d) 6

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