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One Side, Two Side, Perpendicular Side, ConGRU…ent Side Quiz
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Basic Geometry: One Side, Two Side, Perpendicular Side, ConGRU…ent Side True or False
1.
The following quadrilaterals have two distinct sets of congruent sides. > Rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite
True
False
2.
What is the total number of degrees in a 30sided polygon? > 5400°
True
False
3.
Find the measurement of ∠A for this parallelogram.
> 76°
True
False
4.
What is the measure of each angle in a regular octagon? > 180°
True
False
5.
Triangle
ABC
is similar to triangle
DEF
. What is the length of side
DE
? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
> 2.80 in
True
False
6.
What is the measure of angle F for this kite?
> 88°
True
False
7.
What is the measure of ∠M for this isosceles right triangle?
> 45°
True
False
8.
Find the diameter of a circle with radius
cm. > 1 cm
True
False
9.
All circles are similar. One has a radius of 12 cm and a circumference of approximately 75.36 cm. Use proportions to find the circumference of a circle with a radius of 9 cm. > ≈ 6.98 cm
True
False
10.
Find the measure of ∠R in this trapezoid.
> 80°
True
False
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