# Understanding Quadrilaterals (Grade 3)

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## Understanding Quadrilaterals

1.

Choose all the categories for this shape.

- square
- parallelogram
- quadrilateral
- trapezoid

2.

Choose all the categories for this shape.

- Polygon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- Parallelogram
- Rectangle
- Square

3.

Which quadrilateral is NOT a parallelogram?

- rectangle
- square
- trapezoid
- rhombus

4.

Which of these polygons must have diagonals that are perpendicular?

- rectangle
- parallelogram
- trapezoid
- rhombus

5.

Look at the two figures labeled ABCD. Select ALL of the statements which are true.

- Both figures have 4 sides.
- Both figures have 4 vertices.
- Both figures are quadrilaterals.
- Both figures are parallelograms.
- Both figures have 4 right angles.
- Both figures have 4 equal length sides.

6.

One side of a rhombus is 9 inches long. What are the lengths of the other 3 sides of the rhombus?

- They could be any length.
- One side is 9 inch and the other two sides could be any length
- Two sides are 9 inches and the other side could be any length.
- They are each 9 inches long.

7.

A plane figure has 4 sides, but none of the sides are the same length. Is it still a quadrilateral? Explain.

8.

Name the only regular quadrilateral. Explain why it is regular.

9.

Look at the 2 quadrilaterals shown below:

a)Name each quadrilateral

b)Name 2 ways the two shapes are the same.

c)Name 2 ways the two shapes are different.

a)Name each quadrilateral

b)Name 2 ways the two shapes are the same.

c)Name 2 ways the two shapes are different.

10.

Draw a quadrilateral that has no right angles, no sides of the same length, and no parallel lines.

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