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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Geometry and Measurement Questions

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Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
Name the angle
90° Angle #1
  1. acute
  2. obtuse
  3. right
Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
This angle is acute
125° Angle #2
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
This angle is right
90° Angle #1
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by JPBUSH
A triangular prism is made up of                                   ?
  1. two rectangles and two triangles
  2. three triangles and two rectangles
  3. two triangles and three rectangles
Grade 7 :: Other Polygons by jmasonrps
Arrange the following polygons in order from least to greatest:

Hexagon, triangle, decagon, pentagon
  1. decagon, hexagon, pentagon, triangle
  2. triangle, hexagon, pentagon, decagon
  3. hexagon, triangle, decagon, pentagon
  4. triangle, pentagon, hexagon, decagon
Grade 7 :: Two Dimensional Shapes by jmasonrps
The word equilateral means:
  1. congruent sides
  2. congruent angles
  3. congruent points
  4. congruent figure
Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
Name the angle
130° Angle #2
  1. acute
  2. obtuse
  3. right
Grade 7 :: Angles by angelashull
Name the angle
25° Angle #2
  1. acute
  2. obtuse
  3. right
Grade 7 :: Angles by LBeth
Based on the following information, which equation could be used to solve for x?

[math]mangDBC = x[/math]
[math]mangCBA = 2x[/math]

Complementary Angle #1
  1. [math]2x - x = 90[/math]
  2. [math]2x + x = 90[/math]
  3. [math]2x - x = 180[/math]
  4. [math]2x + x = 180[/math]
Grade 7 :: Angles by toriavigil
Grade 7 :: Angles by LBeth
Grade 7 :: Angles by toriavigil
One angle has [math]10deg[/math] more than another angle.
The sum of the angles is [math]90deg[/math]. How many degrees
are in each angle?
  1. [math]80deg,10deg[/math]
  2. [math]40deg,50deg[/math]
  3. [math]45deg,45deg[/math]
  4. [math]30deg,30deg[/math]
Grade 7 :: Angles by LBeth
Based on the following information, which equation could be used to solve for x?

[math]mangDBC =x - 10[/math]
[math]mangABC = x + 30[/math]

Supplementary Angle #2
  1. [math](x - 10) - (x + 30) = 90[/math]
  2. [math](x - 10) - (x + 30) = 180[/math]
  3. [math](x - 10) + (x + 30) = 90[/math]
  4. [math](x - 10) + (x + 30) = 180[/math]
Grade 7 :: Area by Piddydink
Grade 7 :: Three Dimensional Shapes by Piddydink
Which solid has 2 faces that are congruent circles?
  1. cone
  2. cylinder
  3. sphere
  4. triangular pyramid
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