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Quiz by Maribel Marzan

Mathematics

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10 questions
• Q1

The perimeter of a square is 40 m, find the measurement of each side. What is the correct equation to solve the problem?

40 = 3s

40 = 2s

40 = s

40 = 4s

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• Q2

In a rectangle, the length is two more than twice its width. How will you represent the length if the width is represented by x?

2 > 2x

2x

4x

2x + 2

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• Q3

The area of a rectangle is 50 m and its width measures 5 m, the length is in x measures. What is the correct equation to solve the problem?

x = (50)(5)

50 = 5x

(x)(50)(5)

5 = 50x

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• Q4
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• Q5

The perimeter of a square is 64 m. How long is its side?

16 m

8 m

32 m

12 m

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• Q6

What is the measurement of each angle of a regular pentagon?

540°

108°

72°

180°

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• Q7

What is the measurement of the exterior angle of a regular octagon?

135°

45°

90°

180°

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• Q8

The vertex angle of a triangle measures 40°. What is the measurement of each base angle?

100°

70°

40°

140°

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• Q9

The angles of a triangle are in a ratio of 1:2:3. What is the measurement of the largest angle?

30°

90°

110°

60°

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• Q10

Two of the interior angles of a quadrilateral are 28° and 32°. The remaining two are of equal measure. What are their angle measures?

300°

150°

120°

180°

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