Year 7 - Geometric Figures - Postest
 The following triangle can be classified as :EquilateralIsoscelesScalene The following triangle can be classified as :EquilateralIsoscelesScalene The following triangle can be classified as :EquilateralIsoscelesScalene The following triangle can be classified as :Acute angledRight angledObtuse angled The following triangle can be classified as :Acute angledRight angledObtuse angled The following triangle can be classified as :Acute angledRight angledObtuse angled Find the value of the unknown :r =ο Find the value of the unknown :c =ο Find the value of the unknown :m =ο Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'"A triangle has 2 right angles"Never trueSometimes trueAlways true "The smallest side of a triangle is opposite thesmallest angle"Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'Never trueSometimes trueAlways true Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'"A triangle has 2 equal sides"Never trueSometimes trueAlways true "A triangle with 2 equal sides has 2 equal angles"Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'Never trueSometimes trueAlways true The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :ParallelogramRhombusTrapeziumRectangle The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :ParallelogramRhombusTrapeziumRectangle The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :ParallelogramRhombusTrapeziumRectangle The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :KiteRhombusSquareRectangle The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :ParallelogramRhombusKiteRectangle The following quadrilateral is best classified as a :KiteRhombusTrapeziumRectangle Which of the following 'special quadrilaterals'does NOT have ALL of the properties of a parallelogram?SquareRectangleRhombusTrapezium Find the value of the unknown :k =ο Find the value of the unknown :t =ο Find the value of the unknown :n =ο Find the value of the unknown :p =ο "A quadrilateral with 4 equal angles is a square"Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'Never trueSometimes trueAlways true Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'"A rectangle is a parallelogram"Never trueSometimes trueAlways true Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'"A parallelogram is a rectangle."Never trueSometimes trueAlways true "A quadrilateral can have exactly three right angles"Determine whether the following statement is 'never true', 'sometimes true' or 'always true'Never trueSometimes trueAlways true
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