Understanding Quadrilaterals (Grade 3)

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Understanding Quadrilaterals

1. 
Choose all the categories for this shape.
Parallelogram v2
  1. square
  2. parallelogram
  3. quadrilateral
  4. trapezoid
2. 
Choose all the categories for this shape.
Square
  1. Polygon
  2. Hexagon
  3. Quadrilateral
  4. Parallelogram
  5. Rectangle
  6. Square
3. 
Which quadrilateral is NOT a parallelogram?
  1. rectangle
  2. square
  3. trapezoid
  4. rhombus
4. 
Which of these polygons must have diagonals that are perpendicular?
  1. rectangle
  2. parallelogram
  3. trapezoid
  4. rhombus
5. 
Look at the two figures labeled ABCD. Select 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.
6. 
One side of a rhombus is 9 inches long. What are the lengths of the other 3 sides of the rhombus?
  1. They could be any length.
  2. One side is 9 inch and the other two sides could be any length
  3. Two sides are 9 inches and the other side could be any length.
  4. 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:

Square Parallelogram v2

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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