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# Common Core Standard 7.G.A.1 Questions

Solve problems involving scale drawings of geometric figures, including computing actual lengths and areas from a scale drawing and reproducing a scale drawing at a different scale.

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The length of each side of a square is 5 meters. If the lengths of the sides of the square are doubled, which statement is true about the new area of the square?
1. The new area is 2 times the old area.
2. The new area is 4 times the old area.
3. The new area is 5 times the old area.
4. The new area is 10 times the old area.
Grade 7 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Scale factor is
1. The number you multiply to get another similar shape
2. The number of angles in a shape
3. Congruent angles
4. A unit rate
Grade 7 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: 7.G.A.1
The perimeter of a regular hexagon is 48. If the side length of a similar hexagon is 3 times that of the original hexagon, which statement is true about the similar hexagon?
1. The perimeter of the similar hexagon is 3 times the perimeter of the original hexagon.
2. The perimeter of the similar hexagon is 8 times the perimeter of the original hexagon.
3. The perimeter of the similar hexagon is 11 times the perimeter of the original hexagon.
4. The perimeter of the similar hexagon is 24 times the perimeter of the original hexagon.
Grade 7 Proportional Relationships CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Proportional Relationships CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 7.G.A.1
Grade 7 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: 7.G.A.1
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