# 5.5 Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy

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Grade 5

Mathematics

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- Q1Alex filled out a graphic organizer about polygons. Here is a section of his graphic organizer. Which shapes appear to be classified correctly?Shapes 2 and 4Shapes 1, 3, and 4Shapes 1, 2, and 3Shapes 1 and 3 only60s5.5: Geometry and Measurement
- Q2In the diagram shown each circle represents a group of polygons. If a polygon belongs in a circle, it also belongs in any larger circle. Which kind of polygon belongs in the shaded circle?RhombusesPentagonsTrapezoidsSquares60s5.5: Geometry and Measurement
- Q3Nathan built the hanging mobile shown in the picture to show some relationships among shapes. Which shape goes in the empty box in order to complete Nathan’s mobile?QuadrilateralTriangleTrapezoidRhombus60s5.5: Geometry and Measurement
- Q4Rachel classified shapes based on the types of angles they had. The table shows her classifications. Which shape was not classified correctly?Shape 5Shape 4Shape 7Shape 860s5.5: Geometry and Measurement
- Q5In which table are the check marks placed in all the correct boxes?60s5.5: Geometry and Measurement