# Geometry Word Problems (Grade 6)

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## Geometry Word Problems

1.

Stop signs are constructed in the shape of regular octagons. Which of the following angles are at the vertices of a regular octagon?

- Acute
- Obtuse
- Right
- Straight

2.

What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with sides of 17 inches and 21 inches?

- 4 inches
- 38 inches
- 76 inches
- 357 inches

3.

The front of the door to Randy's classroom is a rectangle with an area of 2,688 square inches. If the width of the front door is 32 inches, what should be the measure of the height?

- 640 inches
- 116 inches
- 84 inches
- 42 inches

4.

Regan rode her bicycle west on Elm Street and made a 75-degree turn on Main Street. What kind of angle represents the [math]75deg[/math] turn Regan made at Main Street?

- Straight
- Right
- Obtuse
- Acute

5.

Larry designed a garden so that it had 7 equal sides. Which figure has exactly 7 sides of equal length?

- A regular heptagon
- A regular pentagon
- A regular nonagon
- A regular decagon

6.

Gina drew a picture of a swimming pool. The swimming pool had five sides. Which is the shape of the swimming pool she drew?

- Pentagon
- Parallelogram
- Trapezoid
- Hexagon

7.

Alan drew several three-dimensional figures. Which of the following figures has exactly 5 faces and 5 vertices?

- Triangular pyramid
- Triangular prism
- Rectangular pyramid
- Rectangular prism

8.

Harry cut a piece of cardboard into different-shaped pieces. One of the pieces had exactly 2 sets of parallel sides and 4 congruent angles. Which could be one of the pieces Harry cut?

- Trapezoid
- Rhombus
- Square
- Pentagon

9.

Tom has a figure with exactly one rectangular base. Which of the following could be the shape of Tom's figure?

- Triangular prism
- Rectangular prism
- Triangular pyramid
- Rectangular pyramid

10.

Anna made a sign with exactly one set of parallel sides and exactly one set of congruent sides. Which could be the shape of the sign?

- Isosceles trapezoid
- Isosceles triangle
- Regular quadrilateral
- Regular triangle

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