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Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will compare quadrilaterals, looking at sides and angles as well as learning to sort quadrilaterals into a venn diagram.

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6 Questions

Q1.
What does the 'd' in 2-d shapes stand for?
diamonds
dividend
divisor
Q2.
Which of these shapes have 4 vertices?
hexagon
pentagon
Q3.
Which of the shapes below is NOT a quadrilateral?
parallelogram
square
trapezium
Q4.
How many vertices does a pentagon have?
0
3
6
Q5.
What is the name for a 2-d shape with 6 sides?
octagon
triangle
Q6.
What is a regular shape?
Correct answer: A shape where all sides and angles measure the same
Any 2-d shape
Any shape with 4 sides
Any shape with 4 vertices

5 Questions

Q1.
Which shape is not a quadrilateral?
Rectangle
Square
Trapezium
Q2.
What do both a square and a rhombus have in common?
4 different sides
4 equal angles
different dimensions
Q3.
What is the name given to a regular quadrilateral?
Parallelogram
Rhombus
Trapezium
Q4.
Which statement best describes a rectangle?
2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles
2 right angles and opposite sides are equal
4 right angles and 4 equal sides
Correct answer: 4 right angles and opposite sides are equal
Q5.
What do both a rhombus and parallelogram have in common?
Correct answer: 2 acute and 2 obtuse angles
3 vertices
4 equal angles
4 sides of equal lengths