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

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 4
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1
    Which figure cannot have parallel line segments?
    Triangle
    Square
    Pentagon
    Trapezoid
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
  • Q2
    Ruth sorted polygons into groups. The polygons shown belong in the same group. Which description best represents this group?
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    Polygons with perpendicular lines only
    Polygons with obtuse angles only
    Polygons with acute and obtuse angles
    Polygons with perpendicular and parallel lines
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
  • Q3
    Landry drew a flag with exactly one pair of perpendicular sides. Which of these could be the shape of the flag?
    Square
    Right triangle
    Rectangle
    Acute triangle
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
  • Q4
    Liza drew a figure on the front of her notebook that has two obtuse angles. Which figure could be the one Liza drew?
    Parallelogram
    Rectangle
    Obtuse triangle
    Right triangle
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
  • Q5
    Four figures are shown. Which figures appear to be rectangles?
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    Figures Q and S
    Figures P and Q
    Figures R and S
    Figures P and R
    60s
    4.6.D: Geometry and Measurement

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