geometry endrenaline rush

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8 questions
• Q1
Ms. Anderson's total area of her desk is 63 sq inches. What are the lengths of the sides?
7in x 9in
6in x 9in
13in x 6in
8in x 7in
30s
• Q2
Brianna has a trapezoid and wants an equal amount of triangles. How many triangles make up a trapezoid?
4
2
3
6
30s
• Q3
The classroom size is 110 sq feet. One side of the room is 11 feet. What is the length of the other side?
11 ft
12ft
20ft
10ft
30s
• Q4
I have two rectangles one is 110 sq ft and the other 110 sq in. Molly said they are the same size but Collin said they are different. Who is correct?
Molly
Collin
30s
• Q5
Wilson has 2 trapezoids and keeps telling Haley they equal one hexagon but Haley said he is wrong. Does 2 trapezoids equal 1 hexagon?
No
Yes
30s
• Q6
Cooper has a rectangle and his sides were 4 ft and 7ft? What it the area?
24 sq ft
28 sq ft
11 sq ft
32 sq ft
30s
• Q7
What is the bigger unit of length?
centimeter
inch
feet
Yard
30s
• Q8
What is the smallest unit of length?
inch
centimeter
foot
millimeter
30s

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