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Grade 4 Metric System and SI CCSS: 4.MD.A.1
Which equals 23 kilograms?
1. 230 grams
2. 2,300 grams
3. 23,000 grams
4. 230,000 grams
Grade 9 Points, Lines, and Planes
Write the letter of the angle relationship next to each pair of angles based on the image below.
 __ 1 and 5 A. alternate interior __ 4 and 6 B. corresponding __ 8 and 2 C. linear pair __ 3 and 6 D. alternate exterior __ 8 and 7 E. same-side interior
The union of two distinct rays with a common endpoint is
1. a triangle.
2. a point.
3. an angle.
4. a tangent.
Grade 4 Metric System and SI
Two angles whose measures sum to 180°?
1. Obtuse Angle
2. Right Angle
3. Exterior Angle
4. Supplementary
5. Interior Angle
6. Complementary
Lucy says the shape shown is not a parallelogram because all four sides are not the same length. Is Lucy's reasoning correct and why?
1. Yes, Lucy is correct. The shape is not a parallelogram because all four sides are not the same length.
2. No Lucy is incorrect. The shape is a parallelogram because all four sides are the same length.
3. No, Lucy is incorrect. The shape is not a parallelogram because it has four sides, but the opposite sides are not parallel.
4. No, Lucy is incorrect. The shape is a parallelogram because it has four sides and the opposite sides are parallel.
Grade 10 Similar and Congruent Figures CCSS: HSG-SRT.A.2
Grade 7 Three Dimensional Shapes CCSS: 7.G.B.6
Find the surface area if AD is 2 in, DE is 7 in , and EF is 4 in.
1. $100 \ "in"^2$
2. $50 \ "in"^2$
3. $56 \ "in"^2$
4. $75 \ "in"^2$
1. $153.86m^2$
2. $43.96m^2$
3. $13.28m^2$
4. $153m^2$