# Geometry Name ___________________________ Test Chapter 6

```Geometry
Test Chapter 6
Name ___________________________
To complete each definition, find the appropriate word in the second column.
1. A(n) ? is a parallelogram with four right angles.
1. _________
A. parallelogram
2. A(n) ? is a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides
congruent and not opposite sides congruent.
2. _________
B. trapezoid
3. Angles of a polygon that share a common side are ? .
3. _________
C. square
D. base angles
4. A(n) ? is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of
parallel sides.
4. __________
E. isosceles trapezoid
5. A(n)
5. _________
F. rectangle
?
is a parallelogram with four congruent sides.
6. A(n) ? is a trapezoid whose nonparallel opposite sides
are congruent.
G. consecutive angles
6. _________
H. kite
7. A(n) ? is a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite
sides parallel.
7. _________
8. A(n) ? is a parallelogram with four congruent sides and
four right angles.
8. _________
9.. Two angles that share a base of a trapezoid are its
9. _________
?
I. rhombus
Is there enough information to prove that the quadrilateral is a parallelogram? Yes or No.
10. __________
11. _________
Is the parallelogram a rhombus or a rectangle or neither?
12. __________________________
13. ______________________
Find QV in each figure
14. ____________________
QVUT is a parallelogram
15. ___________________
QVUT is a parallelogram
16. _______________________
QVUT is a rectangle
Find the values of the variables for each figure.
17. x = ________
18. x = _________
y = ____________
19. x = _________
20. x = ____________
AC = 7x – 15, BD = 4x + 15
21. x = _________ y = __________
Find the measures of
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22. x = ________
y = __________
 1 and  2.
 1 = _______  2 = ________
24.
 1 = _______  2 = ________
25.
 1 = _______  2 = ________
Find the measures of the numbered angles in each rhombus.
26.
 1 = _______  2 = ________
27. 1 = _______
 2 = ________
Graph quadrilateral ABCD. Then prove why it is that precise name.
29. Kite
A(0, 6), B(3, 3), C(0, -5), D(-3, 3)
Proof:
Length:
__________ = ___________
__________ = ___________
30. Trapezoid A(-3, 5), B(1, 7), C(3, 2), D(-7, -3)
Proof:
28.
 1 = _______  2 = ________
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