4.6.D Classify two-dimensional figures based on parallel/perpendicular lines or angles

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4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement

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- Q1Which figure cannot have parallel line segments?TriangleSquarePentagonTrapezoid60s4.6.D: Geometry and MeasurementEditDelete
- Q2Ruth sorted polygons into groups. The polygons shown belong in the same group. Which description best represents this group?Polygons with perpendicular lines onlyPolygons with obtuse angles onlyPolygons with acute and obtuse anglesPolygons with perpendicular and parallel lines60s4.6.D: Geometry and MeasurementEditDelete
- Q3Landry drew a flag with exactly one pair of perpendicular sides. Which of these could be the shape of the flag?SquareRight triangleRectangleAcute triangle60s4.6.D: Geometry and MeasurementEditDelete
- Q4Liza drew a figure on the front of her notebook that has two obtuse angles. Which figure could be the one Liza drew?ParallelogramRectangleObtuse triangleRight triangle60s4.6.D: Geometry and MeasurementEditDelete
- Q5Four figures are shown. Which figures appear to be rectangles?Figures Q and SFigures P and QFigures R and SFigures P and R60s4.6.D: Geometry and MeasurementEditDelete