Geometry
  • 1. A quadrilateral with four equal sides and four equal corners is called _______________________.
A) square
B) rectangle
C) triangle
D) pentagon
  • 2. A triangle with no equal sides is called ___________________.
A) equilateral
B) square
C) scalene
D) isosceles
  • 3. Two lines that never touch are ________________________.
A) parallel
B) intersecting
C) perpendicular
D) ray
  • 4. A part of a line with one endpoint that goes forever in one direction is called a ___________________.
A) point
B) line segmant
C) ray
D) line
  • 5. A part of a line that has two endpoints is called a ___________________.
A) line segment
B) line
C) point
D) ray
  • 6. The place where two or more lines cross is called the _________________________.
A) point
B) ray
C) intersection
D) parallel
  • 7. Two lines or line segments that cross to form right angles are called _______________________.
A) point
B) parallel
C) ray
D) perpendicular
  • 8. A triangle with three equal sides and three equal angles is called an _______________________.
A) scalene
B) isosceles
C) rectangle
D) equilateral
  • 9. The number in a series that is most often used is called the ____________.
A) median
B) mean
C) mode
D) range
  • 10. The number in a series that is in the exact middle is called the _______________.
A) median
B) range
C) mean
D) mode
  • 11. The average of a series of numbers is called the _________________.
A) range
B) mean
C) mode
D) median
  • 12. The distance between the largest number and the smallest number in a series is called the ________________.
A) range
B) median
C) mean
D) mode
  • 13. An eight sided polygon is called a _________________.
A) hexagon
B) rectangle
C) pentagon
D) octagon
  • 14. A six sided polygon is called a _________________.
A) hexagon
B) pentagon
C) triangle
D) heptagon
  • 15. A five sided polygon is called a ______________.
A) pentagon
B) square
C) hexagon
D) rectangle
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