Year 7

Year 7

# Forming shapes from midpoints

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will be finding and using midpoints to solve various shape problems.

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## Starter quiz

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### 8 Questions

Q1.
What are the co-ordinates of point C?
(-2, -3)
(2, -3)
2, -3
Q2.
What are the co-ordinates of point D?
(-1, -4)
(-4, 0)
(1, -4)
Q3.
Which point has the co-ordinates (5, -2)?
A
B
C
Q4.
Describe the movement from B to A.
North 3 East 3
Correct answer: North 4 West 3
South 3 West 4
South 4 East 3
Q5.
Which statement best describes line segments A and B?
Correct answer: A and B have the same length
A is longer than B
B is longer than A
Q6.
Find the coordinates of the remaining vertex for the square.
(-1,-3)
(-3, 1)
Q7.
What is the midpoint of the line segment AB?
(-1, 0)
(-2, 1)
(0, -1)
Q8.
The line segment is one of the sides of a square. If you draw the full square, which of the following could could be the vertex of the square?
(-2, 5)
(-3, 5)

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
What shape do you get if you joining the midpoints of the sides of the shape shown below?
Kite
Rectangle
Square
Q2.
What shape do you get if you joining the midpoints of the sides of the shape shown below?
Kite
Rhombus
Square
Q3.
What shape do you get if you joining the midpoints of the sides of the shape shown below?
Kite
Rhombus
Square