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5th Grade Geometry Jeopardy SOL Jeopardy Triangles Quadrilaterals Angles Lines Misc. 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Classify the triangle by its sides. A. Equilateral B. Isosceles

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SOL Jeopardy

Triangles

Quadrilaterals

Angles

Lines

Misc.

200

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Classify the triangle by its sides.

A. Equilateral

B. Isosceles

C. Scalene

D. Obtuse

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Classify this triangle by its sides and its angles.

A. Equilateral, acute

B. Equilateral, right

C. Isosceles, accute

D. Scalene, obtuse

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Classify this triangle by its sides but use the angles to help you.

50

A. scalene

65

65

B. isosceles

C. triangle

D. equilateral

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Isosceles is the correct answer because 2 angles are equal then 2 sides have to be equal.

50

7

7

65

65

5

Bonus

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What is the measure of <ABC?

A. 45

B

B. 55

C. 25

35

D. 90

A

C

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Angles in a triangle must add up to 180. The correct answer is 55 since 90 + 55 + 35=180

B

55

35

90

A

C

Bonus

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Answer

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Mark drew a fish using two right triangles for its tail. Which could be the fish Mark drew?

A.

B.

C.

D.

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Classify this figure.

A. parallelogram

B. rectangle

C. hexagon

D. trapezoid

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This pologon is a rhombus and a parallelogram because it has 2 sets of parallel sides. What does the word parallel mean?

Bonus

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What is this shape?

A. Pentagon

B. Octagon

C. Decagon

D. hexagon

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What is <ABC?

A. 90

B

B. 55

C. 65

15

D. 75

A

C

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There is only 1 pair of parallel lines found in this pologon. This pologon is called a _________.

Bonus

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Use the angles to help you decide how to classify this triangle by its sides.

A. Isosceles

100

B. Scalene

C. Equilateral

40

D. Obtuse

5

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This has to be an isosceles triangle because 2 of the angles were equal so 2 of the sides must be equal.

100

3

3

40

40

5

Bonus

Jeopardy

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What is the angle called?

A Obtuse

B Acute

C Right

D Straight

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Which 2 pipes are parallel?

A. Pipe B & C

Pipe A

Pipe B

B. Pipe B & D

Pipe D

Pipe C

C. Pipe A & C

D. Pipe A & D

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What could be the measures of the angles of a right triangle?

A. 110, 50, 20

B. 80, 50, 50

C. 44, 96, 40

D. 54, 36, 90

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The correct angles are 36, 90, and 54. 90 makes the triangle a right angle.

Bonus

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Which 2 streets are parallel?

A. Naples & Rose

B. Main St. & Rose

C. Main St. & Naples

D. Naples & Evans

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Main St. & Rose are parallel. Parallel means lines that never meet like train tracks.

Bonus

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Mary connected points M and N to make one side of an angle. Which other point should he connect to point M in order to make a 135° angle?

A. X

B. W

C. V

D. Y

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The angle shows 2 rays: AB and AC. A ray has an endpoint on 1 end and goes forever on the other end.

B

A

C

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What best describes this figure?

A. line

B. line segment

C

D

C. ray

D. angle

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Which 2 lines are perpendicular?

A. EA & BF

B. CG & EA

C. BF & DG

D. CG & DH

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EA & BF are perpendicular because they intersect at 90 degrees or a right angle.

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Which 2 roads are neither parallel or perpendicular?

A. 1st & Thurmond

B. 2nd & 3rd

C. Slanted & Thurmond

D. 3rd & 1st

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Slanted & Thurmond are neither parallel or perpendicular. They are only intersecting lines.

Bonus

Jeopardy

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What is the angle <ABC measure?

C

A. 145

B. 180

?

45

C. 45

A

B

D. 135

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<ABC measures 135 because 135 + 45=180. A straight line is equal to 180. A circle is equal to what?

C

?

45

A

B

Bonus

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Line segment AB that passes through the center O is called a _________.

A. diameter

B. chord

C. radius

D. circumference

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What is the chord?

A. MN

B. ST

C. PR

D RN

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Is the 11th figure.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Bonus

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Find the perimeter and area of this shape. List perimeter first and then area.

A. P:8 A: 12

6

B. P:12 A:16

2

C. P:16, A:12

D. P:14 A:8

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The perimeter is 16 because you go around the shape adding. The area is 12 because you multiply one side times another.

6

2

2

6

Bonus

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Answer

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