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- Q1What is the area of the triangle shown?16.5 Square Yards16.5 Square Feet33 Square Yards33'60s
- Q2Calculate the area of this triangle.40 units80 Square Units40 Square Units22.5 Square Units60s
- Q3Which two shapes share the same formula for calculating area?Trapezoid & RectangleTrapezoid & TriangleRectangle & ParallelogramTriangle & Rectangle60s
- Q4Calculate the area of this parallelogram.25 Square Inches30 Square Inches50 Square Inches60 Square Inches30s
- Q5Calculate the area of this triangle.Not enough information is given to calculate the area.13 Square Units7.5 Square Units15 Square Units60s
- Q6Which formula would be used to calculate the area of this shape?None of these(Base 1 + Base 2) / 2 * HeightBase * Height / 2Base * Height30s
- Q7What is the area of this shape?238 Square Units84 Square Units168 Square Units119 Square Units60s
- Q8What is the area of the shaded region in this image?Not enough information is given to calculate the area.30 Square Units21 Square Units25.5 Square Units30s
- Q9What is the area of this irregular shape?103 Square Cm.82 Square Cm.89 Square Cm.114 Square Cm.30s
- Q10What is the perimeter of this irregular shape?20 Inches15 Inches20 Square Inches18 Square Inches60s
- Q11Calculate the area of this irregular shape.18 Square Inches30 Square Inches31 Square Inches24 Square Inches30s
- Q12In order to be considered the 'height' of a shape, which of the following must be true?The height can intersect with the base.None of these are true.It can meet the base at a 90 degree angle, or it can be the 'slanted' side of a triangle.The height must meet the base at a 90 degree, right angle, or at a perpindicular manner.60s
- Q13Calculate the area of this shape.2.25 Square Meters5 Square Meters45 Square Meters4.5 Square Meters60s
- Q14Calculate the area of this triangle.27 Square Cm.Not enough information is provided to calculate the area.120 Square Cm.240 Square Cm.60s
- Q15The area of this triangle is 33 square meters. What is the height?3 meters3 square meters6 meters6 square meters60s