Properties of Squares and Rectangles Angle Measures Side Lengths Composite Figures Random

100

four sides; four RIGHT angles; opposite sides equal; opposite sides parallel
Name the four properties of rectangles.

100

angle b = 36 degrees
Look at #3 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle b.

100

FG = 4cm
Look at #7 on your worksheet. Find the length of FG.

100

BC = 4cm
Look at #11 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of BC.

100

angle b = 63 degrees
Look at #14 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle b.

200

four sides; four RIGHT angles; ALL sides equal; opposite sides parallel
Name the four properties of squares

200

angle a = 49 degrees
Look at #4 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle a.

200

AD = 3cm
Look at #8 on your worksheet. Find the length of AD.

200

GE = 23cm
Look at #11 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of GE.

200

angle c = 45 degrees
Look at #15 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle c.

300

A square has four sides that are all equal and a rectangle has opposite sides that are equal.
How is a square different from a rectangle?

300

angle d = 33 degrees
Look at #5 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle d.

300

LM = 6 feet
Look at # 9 on your worksheet. The length of rectangle LMNO is twice its width. LM +MN = 9 feet. Find the length of LM.

300

BC = 4ft
Look at #12 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of BC.

300

GF = 6 mi
Look at #16 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of GF.

400

No because not all of the sides are equal.
Look at #2 on your worksheet. Is that figure a square? Why or why not?

400

angle c = 58 degrees
Look at #6 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle c.

400

The sum of the unknown sides is 21 centimeters.
Look at #10 on your worksheet. What is the sum of the lengths of the unknown sides? (The sum of the question marks.)

400

BD = 22ft
Look at #13 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of BD.

400

angle p = 36 degrees
Look at #17 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle p.

500

Yes. It has four sides, four right angles, opposite sides are equal, and opposite sides are parallel
Look at #1 on your worksheet. Is that figure a rectangle? Why or why not?

500

angle m = 31 degrees
Look at #7 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle m.

500

If the square was twice its size, the sum of the unknown lengths would be 29 centimeters (16 +13)
Look at #10 on your worksheet. If the square was twice its size, what would the sum of the lengths of the unknown sides be? (The sum of the question marks.)

500

GF = 6ft
Look at #13 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of GF.

500

HG = 3mi
Look at #16 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. If AB = BC, what is the length of HG?

MIF Ch. 11: Squares & Rectangles

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