Quiz by Ofelia Calayo
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Measures 1 skill fromGrade 4MathematicsPhilippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)
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What do you call this lines?29Users re-arrange answers into correct order
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What do you call this lines?Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sM4GE-IIIb-14
What kind of lines is shown below?Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Which lines shows a perpendicular lines?60sM4GE-IIIb-14
It is made of a set of points which is extended in opposite directions infinitely.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sM4GE-IIIb-14
has no length, width, or height. It shows an exact location.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Which illustration shows perpendicular lines?60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect and form a square corner.truefalseTrue or False60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Which pair of lines are parallel?
Lines that is invisible
Lines that intersect and form a square corner
Lines that do not meet but goes in the same direction.
Lines that cross each other.60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Which is not a true statement?
All lines that meet at a point are intersecting lines.
Intersecting lines do not cross each other.
Perpendicular lines form right angles.
Parallel lines are lines that never meet.60sM4GE-IIIb-14
Match the kinds of lines to the given definition.Users link answersLinking60sM4GE-IIIb-14
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