PSSA Grade 3 Math - Topic: Geometry

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Grade 3

Math

Pennsylvania Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content

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- Q1Marquis and Shawn built a tree house. The shape of the floor of the tree house is a quadrilateral. The shape of the floor is NOT a rectangle or a rhombus. Which quadrilateral could be the shape of the floor of the tree house?60sM03.C-G.1.1
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- Q3Carol draws a rhombus. It is NOT a square. She divides it into three equal-size parts. Which figure could be Carol's rhombus?60sM03.C-G.1.1
- Q4Paul divides a shape into two parts by drawing one line as shown below. Which term describes the two parts and the original shape?quadrilateralrhombusoctagonsquare60sM03.C-G.1.1.2
- Q5Four shapes are shown below. Which statement is true?The four shapes are all quadrilaterals.The four shapes are all rectangles.The four shapes are all parallelograms.The four shapes are all trapezoids.60sM03.C-G.1.1.2
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- Q7Sara had a map in the shape of a square. Part of the map was torn off. The part of the map that Sara still has is shown. Each small square on the map represents 1 square unit. How many square units did Sara's map have before it was torn?183624660sM03.C-G.1.1
- Q8The shapes below are all in a group because their sides have equal lengths. A quadrilateral is added to the group. Which term BEST describes the quadrilateral that is added to the group?trianglepentagonoctagonrhombus60sM03.C-G.1.1.2
- Q9Hernando used different shapes to create the diagram of his rocket as shown below. Which part of Hernando's diagram is a quadrilateral?windowwingnozzlebody60sM03.C-G.1.1.2
- Q10When Mr. Phan finished dividing a candy bar, all parts were squares with equal areas. Which could be Mr. Phan's candy bar after he finished dividing it?60sM03.C-G.1.1.3
- Q11Some shapes are shown below. Which statement about the shapes is MOST LIKELY true?Each shape has an even number of sides.Each shape is a pentagon.In each shape, every angle is equal in sizeIn each shape, every side is equal in length.60sM03.C-G.1.1
- Q12Which shape is NOT a quadrilateral?60sM03.C-G.1.1.2
- Q13Steve shaded a fraction of a shape's area as shown below. Which shape has the same fraction of its area shaded as the shape Steve shaded?60sM03.C-G.1.1.3