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Grade 6 :: Area by LBeth
Grade 4 :: Fractions and Ratios by LBeth
Grade 2 :: Basic Shapes by LBeth
Grade 2 :: Basic Shapes by LBeth
Grade 1 :: Basic Shapes by LBeth
Which of the following would change the shape of the rectangle?
Rectangle
  1. color it blue
  2. make it smaller
  3. remove one side
  4. turn it clockwise
Grade 8 :: Symmetry and Transformations by LBeth
Which relationship is true for the images?

RectangleSquare
  1. they are congruent
  2. they are similar, but not congruent
  3. they are neither similar nor congruent
Grade 4 :: Perimeter by dboardboy
Kindergarten :: Basic Shapes by LBeth
The shape is solid.
Parallelogram v2
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 :: Symmetry and Transformations by LBeth
Which relationship is true for the images?

Parallelogram v1Parallelogram v2
  1. they are congruent
  2. they are similar, but not congruent
  3. they are neither similar nor congruent
Grade 8 :: Angles by ksilvers12
Find the measure of one angle of the following polygon:
Octagon v2
  1. [math]135deg[/math]
  2. [math]1080deg[/math]
  3. [math]1440deg[/math]
  4. [math]180deg[/math]
Kindergarten :: Basic Shapes by LBeth
Grade 7 :: Area by graciespotty
In trapezoid ABDC,

Base 1 = 4 cm
Base 2 = 2 cm
and the
Height = 5 cm

What is the area?

Trapezoid ABCD
  1. 8 square centimeters
  2. 15 square centimeters
  3. 10 square centimeters
  4. 30 square centimeters
Grade 3 :: Quadrilaterals by LBeth
Looks at the two figures labeled ABCD. Mark ALL of the statements which are true.

Diamond ABCD Parallelogram ABCD v1
  1. Both figures have 4 sides.
  2. Both figures have 4 vertices.
  3. Both figures are quadrilaterals.
  4. Both figures are parallelograms.
  5. Both figures have 4 right angles.
  6. Both figures have 4 equal length sides.
Grade 8 :: Symmetry and Transformations by LBeth
Which relationship is true for the images?

HeptagonHeptagon
  1. they are congruent
  2. they are similar, but not congruent
  3. they are neither similar nor congruent
Grade 6 :: Area by Piddydink
A square has a perimeter of 24 inches. What is the area of the square?
Square
  1. 36 square inches
  2. 144 square inches
  3. 12 square inches
  4. 28 square inches
Grade 5 :: Perimeter by JPBUSH
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