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An isosceles triangle has
1. two equal sides.
2. no equal sides.
3. three equal sides.
4. four equal sides.
What does the term equinox mean?
1. equal day
2. equal night
3. equal year
4. leap year
Choose the property described below.

$if 3x=8 and y=8, \ \ \text{then} \ \ 3x=y$
1. Reflexive Property of Equality
2. Symmetric Property of Equality
3. Transitive Property of Equality
Choose the property best illustrated by the number sentence.

$8+7=7+8$
1. Reflexive Property of Equality
2. Commutative Property of Equality
3. Transitive Property of Equality
Which one of the following choices best describes 1 revolution?
1. It is equal to 360$deg$
2. It is equal to 6.28rad
3. It is equal to 2$Pi$
4. All of the above

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Which long-awaited goal of the women's rights movement was achieved during the Progressive Era?
1. right to vote
2. equal pay for equal work
Grade 1 Arithmetic and Number Concepts
What does equal mean?
1. more
2. the same
3. less
4. greater
Which one of the following choices best describes 1 radian?
1. It is equal to 6.28
2. It is equal to 57.3 degrees
3. It is equal to 2$Pi$
4. Both a and c
Which is true of scalene triangles?
1. they have no equal sides and no equal angles
2. they have three equal sides but no equal angles
3. they have two equal angles and two equal sides
4. they must have at least one right angle
What does the open circle represent on the inequality graph?
1. EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
2. NOT EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
What does the closed circle represent on the inequality graph?
1. EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
2. NOT EQUAL TO the number that is graphed
Grade 2 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 2.G.A.3
What is a scalene triangle?
1. A triangle with 3 equal sides.
2. A triangle with 2 equal sides.
3. A triangle with no equal sides.
What is an isosceles triangle?
1. A triangle with 3 equal sides.
2. A triangle with 2 equal sides.
3. A triangle with no equal sides.