Congruent Shapes

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- Q1Congruent means shapes are exactly the same as each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q2Mary says congruent shapes always have the same lengths and area. This is...Sometimes trueRarely trueNever trueAlways true30sEditDelete
- Q3These shapes are not congruent to each other.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q4These shapes are congruent to each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q5These shapes are congruent to each other.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q6These shapes are not congruent to each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q7Sort the pictures into the correct category:Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30sEditDelete
- Q8The area of a quadrilateral is 50cm². What woud be the area, in cm², of a 4-sided shape that was congruent to it?Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
- Q9Sort the pictures into the correct category:Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30sEditDelete
- Q10If a triangle had sides of 4cm, 2cm and 5cm, what would be the missing length (in cm) of a congruent triangle which had two sides of 2cm and 5cm?Users enter free textType an Answer30sEditDelete
- Q11Congruent shapes always have the same areas (2D) or volumes (3D).truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q12These shapes are not congruent to each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q13These shapes are congruent to each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q14These shapes are congruent to each other.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q15These shapes are not congruent to each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q16Congruent shapes can be reflections or rotations of each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q17Shapes with the same area are always congruent to each other.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q18Congruent shapes always have the same lengths and perimeters as each other.truefalseTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q19Congruent shapes can be enlargements of each other.falsetrueTrue or False30sEditDelete
- Q20Sort these pairs into the correct categories:Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30sEditDelete