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Geometry Review (Grade 7)

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Geometry Review

Manny drew a scale diagram of his classroom. His real classroom is 20 feet wide. Manny's drawing is 4 centimeters (cm) wide. What is the scale factor of the drawing?
  1. 1 cm = 4 feet
  2. 1 cm = 5 feet
  3. 1 cm = 20 feet
  4. 1 cm = 80 feet
The length of each side of a square is 5 meters. If the lengths of the sides of the square are doubled, which statement is true about the new area of the square?
Square ABCD
  1. The new area is 2 times the old area.
  2. The new area is 4 times the old area.
  3. The new area is 5 times the old area.
  4. The new area is 10 times the old area.
A square pyramid is sliced parallel to its base and the top removed. When viewed from the side, what two-dimensional shape would be seen?
  1. square
  2. triangle
  3. trapezoid
  4. rectangle
If the cone was sliced through the middle, perpendicular to its base, which two-dimensional shape would be viewed from the side?
  1. Circle
  2. Isosceles Triangle v1
What is the area of the circle if BC = 6?
Composite Shapes 12
  1. [math]6pi[/math]
  2. [math]9pi[/math]
  3. [math]24pi[/math]
  4. [math]36pi[/math]
If the area of the square is 100, which statement about the circle is true?
Composite Shapes 12
  1. It has an area of [math]5pi[/math].
  2. It has a radius of 10.
  3. It has a diameter of 5.
  4. It has a circumference of [math]10pi[/math].
Find the values of [math]ang1, ang2, ang3[/math] when [math]ang4 = 52.7deg.[/math]
Vertical Angle #1

Find the value of x when [math]ang1 = (5x + 10)deg[/math] and [math]ang3 = 70deg.[/math]
Vertical Angle #1

Given the figure shown is a cube and CF measures 10 cm:

What is the area of CDEF?                       

What is the total surface area of the cube?                       
Draw a triangle with angles of 30, 60, and 90 degrees. Could all three sides measure the same length? Explain.

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