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# Common Core Standard 4.G.A.2 Questions

Classify two-dimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines, or the presence or absence of angles of a specified size. Recognize right triangles as a category, and identify right triangles.

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Grade 4 Triangles CCSS: 4.G.A.2
What kind of triangle is shown?
1. right
2. equilateral
3. isosceles
4. obtuse
Grade 4 Other Polygons CCSS: 4.G.A.2
Which of the following best describes the sides of the shape?
1. 5 equal sides
2. 6 equal sides
3. 5 unequal sides
4. 6 unequal sides
Which quadrilateral does not have two sets of parallel sides?
1. square
2. rhombus
3. trapezoid
4. parallelogram
Grade 4 Triangles CCSS: 4.G.A.2
Name the triangle.
1. Equilateral
2. Right
3. Scalene
What is a right angle form?
1. a square
2. a triangle
3. a polygon
Which is the best name for the quadrilateral?
1. kite
2. trapezoid
3. parallelogram
4. rhombus
Michael needs to draw a parallelogram. He shouldn't draw:
1. a rectangle
2. a square
3. a rhombus
4. a trapezoid
Which of the following always have 90-degree angles?
1. square and parallelogram
2. square and trapezoid
3. square and rectangle
4. square and rhombus
Grade 4 Triangles CCSS: 4.G.A.2
What kind of triangle is shown?
1. right
2. equilateral
3. isosceles
4. scalene
Which quadrilateral must have perpendicular diagonals?
1. Parallelogram
2. Rectangle
3. Rhombus
4. Isosceles Trapezoid
Which statement correctly compares a parallelogram and a rectangle?
1. Both figures are polygons with pairs of parallel opposite sides.
2. Both figures are polygons with 4 right angles.
3. Both figures are polygons whose interior angles total 180 degrees.
4. Both figures are polygons with at least 2 acute angles.