# Geometry

Match the shapes to their names.
Square
Rectangle
Rhombus
Trapezoid
Parallelogram
Kite
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Write the correct names for each of the following shapes.
Square
Rectangle
Trapezoid
Parallelogram
Kite
Rhombus
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Fill in the blanks with words from the word bank.
Rectangle
Trapezoid
Square
Parallelogram
Rhombus
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A shape that has 4 sides and 4 angles.
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2 pairs of parallel sides.
1 pair of parallel sides.
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A parallelogram where
all angles are equal (right angles)
and opposite sides are equal.
A parallelogram where
opposite angles are equal and
all sides are equal.
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A parallelogram that is both a rectangle and a rhombus.
It has all right angles and all sides are equal.
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Fill in the blanks to describe each type of quadrilateral.
A quadrilateral is a shape that has ____ sides and ____ angles.
Two types of quadrilaterals are trapezoids and parallelograms.
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A trapezoid has ____ pair(s) of parallel sides.
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A parallelogram has ____ pair(s) of parallel sides.
Types of Parallelograms
A rectangle is a parallelogram with _____________________ angles equal and
(opposite or all)
_____________________ sides equal.
(opposite or all)
A rhombus is a parallelogram with _____________________ angles equal and
(opposite or all)
_____________________ sides equal.
(opposite or all)
A square is both a ____________________ and a _______________________.
When all angles in a quadrilateral are equal, what type of angles are they?
__________________ angles
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Parallelograms
Answer the questions beside each shape.
Does it have 4 sides?
Yes
No
Are the opposite sides parallel?
Yes
No
Is it parallelogram?
Yes
No
Does it have 4 sides?
Yes
No
Are the opposite sides parallel?
Yes
No
Is it parallelogram?
Yes
No
Does it have 4 sides?
Yes
No
Are the opposite sides parallel?
Yes
No
Is it parallelogram?
Yes
No
Does it have 4 sides?
Yes
No
Are the opposite sides parallel?
Yes
No
Is it parallelogram?
Yes
No
Does it have 4 sides?
Yes
No
Are the opposite sides parallel?
Yes
No
Is it parallelogram?
Yes
No
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Identifying parallelograms
Color all the parallelograms.
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Classifying triangles by their angles
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Write acute, obtuse or right beside each triangle.
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Classify triangles by their sides
Write scalene, isosceles or equilateral beside each triangle.
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Classifying triangles
Circle the words that describe each triangle. You should use two words to
describe each triangle; one red and one purple.
Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
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Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
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Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
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Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
Acute
Obtuse
Right
Scalene
Isosceles
Equilateral
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Classifying triangles
(equilateral / isosceles / scalene / right)
Classify the triangles.
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Parts of a circle
Circle the word that represents the red part of the circle.
diameter
center
circumference
chord
diameter
center
circumference
chord
diameter
center
circumference
chord
diameter
center
circumference
chord
diameter
center
circumference
chord
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Labelling parts of a circle
Label all 5 parts of the circle, using the correct terms.
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Describing parts of a circle
Fill in the blanks.
I am represented by a dot in the middle of the circle.
I am the __________________________________.
I am the distance around the circle.
I am the __________________________________.
I am a straight line segment with endpoints on the center and the circumference.
I am the __________________________________.
I am a straight line segment passing through the center of the circle and my
endpoints both lie on the circumference.
I am the __________________________________.
I am a straight line segment whose endpoints both lie on the circumference. I do
not pass through the center of the circle.
I am the __________________________________.
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Properties of Polygons
Circle the shapes that are polygons.
Circle the number of sides
each type of polygon has.
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Heptagon
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Triangle
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pentagon
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Hexagon
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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Regular Polygons
Color the regular triangle.
Color the regular pentagon.
Color the regular hexagon.
Color the regular heptagon.
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Identifying polygons
Classify the polygons as one of: squares, rectangles, irregular quadrilateral,
pentagon, irregular pentagon, hexagon or irregular hexagon,
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Identifying polygons
Classify the polygons as one of: squares, rectangles, irregular quadrilateral,
pentagon, irregular pentagon, hexagon or irregular hexagon,
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6.
7.
8.
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Completing a Polygon
Complete the following polygons by drawing the missing lines. Name the polygon in the
space below the shape.
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Draw rectangles of a given area
Draw rectangles of the given area that can fit in the grid below.
Area = 16 square units
Area = 30 square units
Area = 27 square units
Area = 48 square units
Area = 60 square units
Area = 121 square units
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Areas of shapes using a grid (cm)
Assume each square is 1 centimetre wide and tall
Find the area of each shape in square centimetres.
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Areas of shapes using a grid (inches)
Assume each square is 1 inch wide and tall
Find the area of each shape in square inches.
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Perimeter and area of rectangles
Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle.
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2.
4 in
3 ft
11 ft
16 in
3.
4.
6 in
22 in
7 in
9 in
5.
6.
8 ft
10 in
10 ft
16 in
7.
8.
6 in
15 in
9 ft
6 ft
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Perimeter and area of rectangles
Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle.
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2.
5 ft
9 in
19 ft
22 in
3.
4.
6 in
7 in
5 in
11 in
5.
6.
7 ft
5 ft
19 ft
10 ft
7.
8.
5 in
12 in
9 ft
25 ft
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Perimeter and area of rectangles
Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle.
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2.
4m
10 m
8 cm
16 cm
3.
4.
4m
5 cm
15 m
11 cm
5.
6.
8 cm
6 cm
8 cm
14 cm
7.
8.
16 cm
4 cm
5m
7m
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Perimeter and area of rectangles
Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle.
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2.
7m
8m
21 m
18 m
3.
4.
6m
5m
19 m
9m
5.
6.
4m
19 m
6 cm
6 cm
7.
8.
14 m
4m
6 cm
10 cm
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Area of rectangles
Find the area of each rectangle.
1.
4 in
21 in
2.
5 ft
18 ft
3.
4.
5 ft
12 in
14 ft
5.
4 in
6.
5 in
11 in
9 ft
19 ft
7.
8.
7 ft
7 ft
17 ft
9 ft
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Area of rectangles
Find the area of each rectangle.
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2.
7 ft
7 in
19 ft
23 in
3.
4.
7 ft
11 ft
8 ft
14 ft
5.
6.
7 in
10 in
14 in
9 in
7.
8.
5 ft
10 in
2 in
8 ft
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Area of rectangles
Find the area of each rectangle.
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2.
6 cm
4m
13 cm
7m
3.
4.
3m
10 m
10 m
20 m
5.
6.
6m
4m
9m
8m
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8.
6m
26 m
8m
2m
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Area of rectangles
Find the area of each rectangle.
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2.
16 cm
3 cm
4m
8m
3.
4.
3m
5 cm
9m
18 cm
5.
6.
9 cm
3m
4 cm
10 m
7.
8.
4m
6 cm
14 m
10 cm
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Areas of rectangles using a grid
If each of the square is 1 square unit (shown below), find the area for the rectangles
shown below.
= 1 square unit
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Area of rectangular shapes using a grid
If each of the square is 1 square unit (shown below), find the area for the shapes shown
below.
= 1 square unit
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_________
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Perimeters using a grid (cm)
Assume each square is 1 centimetre wide and tall.
Find the perimeter of each shape in centimetres.
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Perimeters using a grid (cm)
Assume each square is 1 centimetre wide and tall.
Find the perimeter of each shape in centimetres.
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9)
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Perimeters using a grid (inches)
Assume each square is 1 inch wide and tall.
Find the perimeter of each shape in inches.
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Perimeters using a grid (inches)
Assume each square is 1 inch wide and tall.
Find the perimeter of each shape in inches.
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8)
9)
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Perimeters of irregular shapes
Find the perimeter for the shapes shown below.
8 yd.
8 yd.
6 cm
8 yd.
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3 ft.
8 in.
9 in.
3 ft.
3 in.
14 in.
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4 yd.
3 yd.
2 yd.
3 yd.
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4 ft.
_________
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Perimeters of irregular shapes (missing sides)
Find the length of the side marked with an “X”.
If perimeter = 19 in., x = ______
If perimeter = 28 m, x = ______
7 yd.
5 yd.
7 yd.
x yd.
7 yd.
5 yd.
7 yd.
If perimeter = 28 yd., x = ______
If perimeter = 27 yd., x = ______
6 in.
If perimeter = 16 in., x = ______
If perimeter = 34 m, x = ______
8 ft.
8 ft.
2 ft.
x cm
x ft.
If perimeter = 40 ft., x = ______
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If perimeter = 45 cm, x = ______
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Perimeter of rectangles
Find the perimeter of each rectangle.
1.
2.
3 in
4 in
11 in
8 in
3.
4.
3 ft
5 ft
7 ft
15 ft
5.
6.
7 ft
27 ft
6 ft
6 ft
7.
8.
5 in
8 ft
8 in
24 ft
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Perimeter of rectangles
Find the perimeter of each rectangle.
1.
2.
2 ft
4 ft
4 ft
13 ft
3.
4.
13 in
10 ft
21 in
20 ft
5.
6.
9 in
3 in
4 in
8 in
7.
8.
7 in
12 in
3 in
16 in
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Perimeter of rectangles
Find the perimeter of each rectangle.
1.
2.
6m
10 m
14 m
17 m
3.
4.
7m
5 cm
15 m
10 cm
5.
6.
10 cm
12 cm
19 cm
12 cm
7.
8.
4m
7 cm
12 cm
17 m
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Perimeter of rectangles
Find the perimeter of each rectangle.
1.
2.
4 cm
6 cm
6m
13 m
3.
4.
6m
17 m
11 m
14 m
5.
6.
8 cm
6 cm
13 cm
22 cm
7.
8.
5m
8m
16 m
10 m
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Perimeters of rectangular shapes
1 unit
If each of the square is 1 unit by 1 unit (shown below), find the perimeter for the shapes
shown below.
1 unit
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_________
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Perimeters of rectangular shapes
1 unit
If each of the square is 1 unit by 1 unit (shown below), find the perimeter for the shapes
shown below.
1 unit
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_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
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Congruent shapes
Circle the shapes on the right that are congruent to the shapes on the left.
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Matching congruent shapes
Colour the pairs of congruent shapes with the same color.
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Lines of symmetry
Draw the line(s) of symmetry on each shape. If a shape has no lines of symmetry,
draw an X through it.
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Lines of symmetry
Draw the line of symmetry which cuts the following shapes in half evenly.
Hint: Some shapes can be cut in more than one way.
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Symmetry – Completing symmetrical shapes
Drawing the other half of the following symmetric shapes.
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Symmetry – A symmetric rocket
Drawing the other half of this symmetric rocket.
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Symmetrical shapes
Drawing the other half of this symmetric bug
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Classifying angles
Circle the correct names for the following angles.
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
Right / Obtuse /
Acute
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Classifying angles
Straight
Right
Acute
Obtuse
Write &quot;straight&quot;, &quot;right&quot;, &quot;acute&quot; or &quot;obtuse&quot; below each angle.
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_________________
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_________________
_________________
_________________
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Identify different types of angles (daily life examples)
1.
This is a(n):
2.
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
3.
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
4.
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
5.
This is a(n):
This is a(n):
6.
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
8.
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
9.
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
7.
This is a(n):
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
10.
This is a(n):
a. right angle.
b. straight angle.
c. acute angle.
d. obtuse angle.
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Lines, segments, and rays
Lines go in both directions forever.
Line segments end in fixed points on both sides.
Rays start at a point and go forever in one direction.
Circle the correct description:
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
Line / Ray /
Line Segment
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Lines, segments, rays and angles
Match each term with the picture that represents it by drawing a line to connect
the term to the picture.
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Line
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Line segment
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Ray
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Parallel lines
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Perpendicular lines

Intersecting lines
(not parallel or perpendicular)
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Right angle

Acute angle

Obtuse angle

Straight angle
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Lines, segments, rays and angles
Draw each type of line or angle.
Line
Parallel lines
Line segment
Ray
Perpendicular lines
Intersecting lines
(not parallel or perpendicular)
Right angle
Acute angle
Obtuse angle
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Lines, segments, and rays
Lines go in both directions forever.
Line segments end in fixed points on both sides.
Rays start at a point and go forever in one direction.
Write &quot;line&quot;, &quot;line segment&quot; or &quot;ray&quot; below each picture.
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Line segment
Ray
Draw the following.
Line
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Measuring angles
Measure the angles using a protractor.
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7.
8.
9.
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Measuring angles
Measure the angles using a protractor.
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2.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Measuring and classifying angles
Measure the angles and classify them as &quot;right&quot;, &quot;acute&quot; or &quot;obtuse&quot;.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Measuring and classifying angles
Measure the angles and classify them as &quot;right&quot;, &quot;acute&quot; or &quot;obtuse&quot;.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Parallel and perpendicular lines
Determine if the lines, segments, or rays are parallel, perpendicular or neither.
parallel
perpendicular
neither
parallel
perpendicular
neither
parallel
perpendicular
neither
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Parallel, perpendicular &amp; intersecting lines
Parallel lines do not intersect or touch each other at any point.
Perpendicular lines form right angles (90&deg;) when they intersect.
Intersecting lines cross at one point.
Write &quot;parallel&quot;, &quot;perpendicular&quot; or &quot;intersecting&quot; below each pair of lines.
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_____________
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Perpendicular lines
Intersecting lines
Draw the following:
Parallel lines
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Parallel and perpendicular lines
What are these lines? Fill in the blanks with “parallel”, “perpendicular” or “intersecting”.
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Drawing angles with a protractor
Draw a second ray to create the angle shown. Label each angle as acute, obtuse,
right or straight. The first one is done for you.
30&deg;
45&deg;
acute
60&deg;
90&deg;
135&deg;
180&deg;
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Drawing angles with a protractor
Draw a second ray to create the angle shown. Label each angle as acute, obtuse,
right or straight. The first one is done for you.
150&deg;
65&deg;
obtuse
20&deg;
175&deg;
90&deg;
110&deg;
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Measure and write down each angle using the protractor.
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Measure and write down each angle using the protractor.
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Comparing angles with right angles
Are the following angles are smaller than, larger than or equal to a right angle?
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
Smaller / Larger /
Right
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Identifying right angles