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Topic Review: Geometry & Measurement

Quiz by Texas Education Agency

Grade 3
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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Grade 3
Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

3.6.A: Geometry and Measurement
3.6.C: Geometry and Measurement
3.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
3.6.E: Geometry and Measurement
3.7.B: Geometry and Measurement
3.7.D: Geometry and Measurement
3.7.A: Geometry and Measurement
3.7.C: Geometry and Measurement
3.6.B: Geometry and Measurement

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24 questions
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  • Q1
    The figures shown can be sorted into groups. Which of these shows a correct way to group these figures?
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    2 hexagons, 2 pentagons, and 2 rectangles
    1 pentagon, 2 hexagons, and 3 quadrilaterals
    2 hexagons and 4 quadrilaterals
    3 rectangles and 3 hexagons
    60s
    3.6.A: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q2
    Joseph counted the square tiles on the ceiling of his rectangular closet. The area of each tile is 1 square foot. The ceiling has 5 rows of tiles with 4 tiles in each row. What is the area of the ceiling of Joseph’s closet in square feet?
    20 square feet
    18 square feet
    9 square feet
    10 square feet
    60s
    3.6.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q3
    The diagram represents the floor of a storage building. The floor is composed of two rectangles. What is the area of the floor in square yards? Be sure to use the correct place value.
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    44
    38
    42
    40
    60s
    3.6.D: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q4
    The two figures shown are congruent, and one-fourth of each figure is shaded. Which statement about the shaded parts of these figures is true?
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    None of the above
    The area of the shaded part of Figure M is greater than the area of the shaded part of Figure N.
    The area of the shaded part of Figure M is less than the area of the shaded part of Figure N.
    The area of the shaded part of Figure M is equal to the area of the shaded part of Figure N.
    60s
    3.6.E: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q5
    The lengths of four sides of a polygon are shown in the diagram. The perimeter of the polygon is 40 units. What is the missing length in units?
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    10 units
    30 units
    15 units
    8 units
    60s
    3.7.B: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q6
    Olga uses the same amount of water to fill her water bottle every day. Which unit of measurement should Olga use to measure the amount of water in her water bottle?
    Fluid ounce
    Ounce
    Pound
    Yard
    60s
    3.7.D: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q7
    The number line represents a distance of $1$ foot. On which of these number lines does point H represent $\frac{1}{2}$ foot?
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    60s
    3.7.A: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q8
    A model of a rectangular bulletin board is shown.The top row has been divided into squares of equal size. The rest of the model will also be divided into squares of the same size. What is the area in square units represented by this model?
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    15 square units
    16 square units
    12 square units
    8 square units
    60s
    3.6.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q9
    Zayne sorted some figures into two groups. Which statement about the figures Zayne sorted is true?
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    All the figures in Group X are cones.
    All the figures in Group X are cylinders.
    All the figures in Group Y are rectangular prisms.
    All the figures in Group Y are prisms.
    60s
    3.6.A: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q10
    Holly made a poster using two congruent pentagons and a square. What is the perimeter of the poster in inches? Be sure to use the correct place value.
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    182
    196
    186
    192
    60s
    3.7.B: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q11
    Debra and Shelly started running a race at 9:00 A.M. Debra finished in 45 minutes. Shelly finished the race 20 minutes after Debra did. Which clock shows the time Shelly finished the race?
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    3.7.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q12
    Each rectangle shown will be covered with equal-size squares. Some of the squares have been placed as shown. Which of these rectangles have an area of 36 square centimeters?
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    Rectangles W and Z only
    Rectangles V, X, and Y only
    Rectangles X and Y only
    Rectangles V, W, X, Y, and Z
    60s
    3.6.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q13
    In which set do all the figures appear to be either a rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, rectangle, or square?
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    3.6.B: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q14
    A triangle has a perimeter of 18 units. Each side of this triangle is the same length. What is the length of one side of the triangle in units?
    6 units
    3 units
    19 units
    54 units
    60s
    3.7.B: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q15
    Thomas put a ham in the oven at 4:45 P.M. After 15 minutes he put a cake in the oven. The ham and the cake were in the oven together for 60 minutes. Then Thomas took them both out of the oven. At what time did Thomas take both the ham and cake out of the oven?
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    6.00pm
    5.15pm
    5.45pm
    6.30pm
    60s
    3.7.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q16
    Patrick’s class collected boxes of food for charity. Which unit of measurement should be used to measure the weight of the boxes of food?
    Pounds
    Fluid ounces
    Quarts
    Gallons
    60s
    3.7.D: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q17
    Felicia started placing square tiles inside a rectangle, as shown in the diagram. Each square tile has a side length of 1 cm. She continued placing square tiles without any overlaps to cover the rectangle. What is the area of the rectangle in square centimeters? Be sure to use the correct place value.
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    35
    24
    28
    26
    60s
    3.6.C: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q18
    A group of figures is shown. Which of these figures do not appear to be a rhombus, trapezoid, rectangle, or square?
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    Figures V, W, X, and Z
    Figure Y only
    Figures V, X, and Z only
    Figures W and Y
    60s
    3.6.B: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q19
    A figure is divided into 7 sections, as shown below. Which 2 sections are quadrilaterals?
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    Sections 1 and 3
    Sections 5 and 6
    Sections 4 and 5
    Sections 2 and 4
    60s
    3.6.A: Geometry and Measurement
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  • Q20
    A triangular sign has a perimeter of 44 centimeters. Two of the sides are each 14 centimeters long. What is the length of the third side in centimeters?
    16 cm
    30 cm
    28 cm
    14 cm
    60s
    3.7.B: Geometry and Measurement
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