# Geometry Review

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## Geometry Review Answer Key

1.

What fraction shows the area of the shape that is shaded?

- [math]1/2[/math]
- [math]1/3[/math]
- [math]1/4[/math]
- [math]1/6[/math]

2.

Choose all the categories for this shape.

- Polygon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- Parallelogram
- Rectangle
- Square

3.

Which shape is divided into the same number of equal parts as the rectangle shown?

4.

Each part of the circle equals what fraction of the area of the whole circle?

- [math]1/2[/math]
- [math]1/3[/math]
- [math]1/4[/math]
- [math]1/6[/math]

5.

Choose all the categories for this shape.

- square
- parallelogram
- quadrilateral
- trapezoid

6.

Which circle is divided into parts that each equal [math]1/6[/math] of the area of the circle?

7.

Which quadrilateral is NOT a parallelogram?

- rectangle
- square
- trapezoid
- rhombus

8.

Which two shapes are divided into areas that equal [math]1/4[/math] of their total areas?

9.

Look at the two figures labeled ABCD. Select ALL of the statements which are true.

- Both figures have 4 sides.
- Both figures have 4 vertices.
- Both figures are quadrilaterals.
- Both figures are parallelograms.
- Both figures have 4 right angles.
- Both figures have 4 equal length sides.

10.

Look at the 2 quadrilaterals shown.

a) Name each quadrilateral.

b) Name two ways the shapes are the same.

c) Name two ways the shapes are different.

a) Name each quadrilateral.

b) Name two ways the shapes are the same.

c) Name two ways the shapes are different.

- a)Square, parallelogram

b)Answers will vary. Examples: Both have 4 edges, 4 vertices, 2 sets of parallel lines

c)Answer will vary. Examples: The square only has right angles and the parallelogram has acute and obtuse angles. The square has 4 equal length sides, only opposite sides are equal length on the parallelogram.

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