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Grade 7 Angles CCSS: 7.G.B.5
In the diagram, [math]ang[/math]DBA is a 90[math]deg[/math] angle. What type of angles are [math]ang[/math]ABC and [math]ang[/math]CBD?
Complementary Angle #2
  1. Supplementary and adjacent angles
  2. Supplementary, but not adjacent angles
  3. Complementary and adjacent angles
  4. Complementary, but not adjacent angles
Grade 7 Angles CCSS: 7.G.B.5
Two angles whose measures have a sum of 90 degrees are called what?
  1. Complementary Angles
  2. Right Angles
  3. Obtuse Angles
  4. Supplementary Angles
Grade 7 Other Polygons
Arrange the following polygons in order from least to greatest number of sides.

Hexagon, triangle, decagon, pentagon
  1. Decagon, hexagon, pentagon, triangle
  2. Triangle, hexagon, pentagon, decagon
  3. Hexagon, triangle, decagon, pentagon
  4. Triangle, pentagon, hexagon, decagon
Grade 7 Angles CCSS: 7.G.B.5
The measure of [math]ang 1 [/math] is [math]150deg[/math]. What are the measures of [math]ang4, ang3, and ang2[/math]?
Vertical Angle #1
  1. [math]30deg, 150deg, 30deg[/math]
  2. [math]45deg, 120deg, 30deg[/math]
  3. [math]60deg, 150deg, 45deg[/math]
  4. [math]90deg, 135deg, 30deg[/math]
Grade 10 Pythagorean Theorem and Applications CCSS: HSG-SRT.C.8
Grade 7 Circles
Grade 5 Metric System and SI CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Grade 7 Two Dimensional Shapes
The word equilateral means
  1. congruent sides.
  2. congruent angles.
  3. congruent points.
  4. congruent figure.
Grade 3 Area CCSS: 3.MD.C.7, 3.MD.C.7b
The area of a rectangle with a base of 4 inches and a width of 5 inches is
  1. 20 square inches.
  2. 9 square inches.
  3. 18 square inches.
  4. 10 square inches.
Grade 9 Points, Lines, and Planes
Which of the following describes the object below? Choose all that apply.
Ray EF
  1. [math]\stackrel{leftrightarrow}(FE)[/math]
  2. [math]bar (EF)[/math]
  3. [math]vec (EF)[/math]
  4. [math]vec (FE)[/math]
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