four sides; four RIGHT angles; opposite sides equal; opposite sides parallel
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Look at #3 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle b.
angle b = 36 degrees
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Look at #7 on your worksheet. Find the length of FG.
FG = 4cm
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Look at #11 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of BC.
BC = 4cm
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Look at #14 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle b.
angle b = 63 degrees
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Name the four properties of squares
four sides; four RIGHT angles; ALL sides equal; opposite sides parallel
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Look at #4 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle a.
angle a = 49 degrees
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Look at #8 on your worksheet. Find the length of AD.
AD = 3cm
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Look at #11 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of GE.
GE = 23cm
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Look at #15 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle c.
angle c = 45 degrees
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How is a square different from a rectangle?
A square has four sides that are all equal and a rectangle has opposite sides that are equal.
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Look at #5 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle d.
angle d = 33 degrees
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Look at # 9 on your worksheet. The length of rectangle LMNO is twice its width. LM +MN = 9 feet. Find the length of LM.
LM = 6 feet
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Look at #12 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a square. Find the length of BC.
BC = 4ft
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Look at #16 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of GF.
GF = 6 mi
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Look at #2 on your worksheet. Is that figure a square? Why or why not?
No because not all of the sides are equal.
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Look at #6 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle c.
angle c = 58 degrees
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Look at #10 on your worksheet. What is the sum of the lengths of the unknown sides? (The sum of the question marks.)
The sum of the unknown sides is 21 centimeters.
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Look at #13 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of BD.
BD = 22ft
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Look at #17 on your worksheet. Find the measure of angle p.
angle p = 36 degrees
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Look at #1 on your worksheet. Is that figure a rectangle? Why or why not?
Yes. It has four sides, four right angles, opposite sides are equal, and opposite sides are parallel
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Look at #7 on your worksheet. Name the measure of angle m.
angle m = 31 degrees
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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.)
If the square was twice its size, the sum of the unknown lengths would be 29 centimeters (16 +13)
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Look at #13 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. Find the length of GF.
GF = 6ft
500
Look at #16 on your worksheet. The figure is made up of two rectangles. If AB = BC, what is the length of HG?
HG = 3mi
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