Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will learn to construct kite and rhombuses and identify symmetry in constructions

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5 Questions

Q1.
Complete the sentence by choosing the correct option below: We can use our knowledge of _______ to describe the ______ of quadrilaterals.
arcs, length
Correct answer: circles, properties
circles, radius
constructions, properties
Q2.
Use the image to help you complete the sentence: The ______ is the same length in both circles. The sides of the shaded quadrilateral are all radii, so they are ________ in length
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diameter, different
diameter, equal
radius, different
Correct answer: radius, equal
Q3.
The quadrilateral below is a....
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Kite
Parallelogram
Correct answer: Rhombus
Sqaure
Q4.
Choose a quadrilateral you can form by joining dots on the circle below.
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Kite
Parallelogram
Correct answer: Rectangle
Square
Q5.
Choose A, B, C or D for the statement below.
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A
B
Correct answer: C
D

5 Questions

Q1.
We can draw different quadrilaterals using a ruler, pair of compasses and ________.
paper
pen
Correct answer: protractor
tracing paper
Q2.
Complete the sentence: The kite below has been formed by connecting the _____ of the circles with the __________ points.
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Correct answer: centre, intersection
diameter, radius
end, middle
point, intersection
Q3.
The constructed quadrilateral below is a ....
An image in a quiz
Parallelogram
Correct answer: Rhombus
Square
Two triangles
Q4.
Which of these show a kite with side lengths, 7cm, 7cm, 5cm, 5cm
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A
Correct answer: B
Q5.
Complete the sentence for the image below : It has two sides of length ______ and two sides of length ______ and ________line of symmetry.
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1.5cm, 2.5cm, two
Correct answer: 3cm, 5cm, one
3cm, 5cm, two
6cm, 10cm, one

Lesson appears in

UnitMaths / Constructing triangles and quadrilaterals