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# Test Questions with Polygons

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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.
Which best explains why the shape shown is not a parallelogram?
1. It has more than four sides.
2. It is a two-dimensional shape.
3. It has angles of the same measure.
4. It has opposite sides that are parallel.
Given the following measurements for trapezoid ABCD, what is the area?

BC = 2 cm
Height = 5 cm

1. 8 square centimeters
2. 15 square centimeters
3. 10 square centimeters
4. 30 square centimeters
$bar (BC)$ measures 12 m and $bar (AB)$ measures 4 m.
What is the area of right triangle ABD?

1. $16 m^2$
2. $24 m^2$
3. $32 m^2$
4. $48 m^2$
Which one is NOT a name for this figure?
1. polygon
3. parallelogram
4. trapezoid
A square has a perimeter of 24 inches. What is the area of the square?
1. 36 square inches
2. 144 square inches
3. 12 square inches
4. 28 square inches
The trapezoid pictured has a height of 3 cm. The first base is 5 cm and the second base is 3 cm. What is the area?
1. 21 square centimeters
2. 12 square centimeters
3. 120 Square centimeters
4. 210 Square centimeters
Grade 3 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 3.NF.A.3, 3.NF.A.3b
Look at the shapes.

What equivalent fraction represents the number of shapes with four sides?
1. $1/3$
2. $2/3$
3. $2/6$
4. $5/6$
Find the measure of one angle of the following polygon.
1. $135deg$
2. $1080deg$
3. $1440deg$
4. $180deg$
1. parallelogram
2. rectangle
3. rhombus
4. trapezoid