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THIS IS 4th Math

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Roy drew a triangle with exactly two congruent angles and two congruent sides. What kind of triangle did Roy draw? A. equiangular B. equilateral C. isosceles D. scalene A 100

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C. isosceles An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two congruent (equal) angles and two congruent (equal) sides. A 100

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The spaces in a parking lot are marked by the line segments, as shown. Which describes the line segments that are marked in the parking lot? A.Curved B. intersecting C. parallel D. perpendicular A 200

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C. parallel A 200

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A bug lands on a rope stretched between two trees on a lawn at a park. Which object (the bug, the rope, the lawn, the park) is best described as a point? A. Bug B. Rope C. Lawn D. Park A 300

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A. Bug A 300

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A map of Andrew’s neighborhood is shown. Andrew lives on the street that appears to be parallel to the railroad tracks. On which street does Andrew live? A. Washington Street B. Lincoln Street C. Adams Street D. Jefferson Street A 400

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B. Lincoln Street A 400

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A 500 A cone and a cylinder are shown. Give one way that a cone and a cylinder are alike. Give one way that a cone and a cylinder are different.

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To answer this question correctly, students must identify at least one way that a cone and a cylinder are similar and one way they are different. A cone and a cylinder are alike because both are 3-dimensional objects. They are also alike because both have at least one circular base (a cone has one and a cylinder has two). A cone and a cylinder are different because a cone has only one circular base and a cylinder has two. They are also different because a cone narrows to a point at one end. Also, a cone has two faces and a cylinder has three. Sample Correct Responses: A cone and a cylinder are alike because both are 3-dimensional. They are different because the cylinder has circles at both ends and the cone narrows to a point at one end. They both have a circle for a base. The cone has two faces but the cylinder has three faces. The focus of the task is to provide evidence of an understanding of describing and comparing three-dimensional objects using their attributes. The response indicates a correct statement of at least one mathematically relevant similarity and one mathematically relevant difference between a cone and a cylinder. A 500

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The shapes shown are part of a design. What do all these shapes appear to have in common? A. All have four right angles. B. All have at least one set of parallel sides. C. All have four equal angles D. All have at least one set of perpendicular lines B 100

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B. All have at least one set of parallel sides. B 100

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B 200 How are a rhombus and a square alike? A. They both have four equal sides. B. They both have four right angles. C. They both have four equal angles. D. They both have only one pair of parallel sides.

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A. They both have four equal sides. B 200

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Mr. Yang is driving to the school located at (2, 0) on the coordinate grid. Which school is located at (2, 0)? A. Cedar Crest B. Jackson C. Lincoln D. Prairie View B 300

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A. Cedar Crest B 300

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Which pair of figures shows only a translation (slide)? B 400

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

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Joe and Janice are playing a guessing game. Joe tells Janice that he is thinking of a quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides. Then, Joe tells Janice that the figure has 4 right angles. B 500

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Joe tells Janice that he is thinking of a quadrilateral (a shape with four sides) with at least one pair of parallel sides (line segments that are always the same distance apart). The five quadrilaterals with at least one pair of parallel lines are a square, trapezoid, rectangle, parallelogram, and rhombus. Then, Joe says that his shape has four right angles (90 ｼ angles). Only squares and rectangles must have four right angles. Finally, there are several acceptable rules. For example, the rule that the figure has 4 sides of equal length will make the shape a square. Or, only two sides have the same length describes a rectangle. B 500

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The grid shows two shapes. What transformation changed shape 1 to shape 2? A. Rotation (turn) B. Translation (slide) C. Reflection (flip) D. No transformation C 100

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C. Reflection (flip) C 100

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Kevin has the two butterfly stickers shown. Which transformation could he use to see whether the butterflies are congruent? A. translation (slide) B. rotation (turn) and translation (slide) C. reflection (flip) D. rotation (turn) C 200

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C. reflection (flip) C 200

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Tamika made a model of a house, as shown below, by gluing together a cube and a square pyramid. How many faces does the model of the house have? A. 4 B. 8 C. 9 D. 11 C 300

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C. 9 faces C 300

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Which of the following shapes has only acute angles? C 400

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C 500 Six triangles are shown. Circle each triangle that appears to be scalene. Explain how you decided which triangles are scalene.

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A scalene triangle is one where all three sides are a different length. In this problem, there are three triangles that appear to have different side lengths: ･ Circles the three triangles that appear to be scalene. The scalene triangles are the ones that look like all of the sides are different lengths and all of the angles are different measures. Circles two of the triangles that appear to be scalene. I circled those triangles because it looked like none of the sides are the same length. The focus of the task is to provide evidence of identifying and defining triangles based on angle measures and side measures. The response correctly identifies at least two of the triangles that appear to be scalene and provides an adequate explanation that demonstrates an understanding of the meaning of scalene. C 500

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Jane will cut the paper shape shown below in a straight line from point X to point Y. D 100 What two shapes will Jane have after she cuts the paper? A. a square and a triangle B. a square and a trapezoid C. a rectangle and a triangle D. a rectangle and a parallelogram

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C. a rectangle and a triangle D 100

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Which figure represents PQ? D 200

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Which best describes this figure? D 300 A. intersecting line segments B. intersecting lines C. perpendicular line segments D. parallel line segments

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B. intersecting lines D 300

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Which pair of streets intersect but are not perpendicular? D 400 A. Washington Ave. and Broadway B. Broadway and 2nd Ave. C. Washington Ave. and Madison Ave. D. Madison Ave. and 1st Ave.

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D 400

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Two triangles are drawn on the grid. Which transformation - reflection (flip), translation (slide) or rotation (turn) - can Bill use to determine whether the two triangles are congruent? Explain how this transformation shows Bill that the two triangles are congruent? D 500

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The triangles have the same orientation (they face the same way). To figure out whether the shapes are congruent (same shape and same size), students can use a translation (slide) to move one triangle so that it is on top of the other triangle. If the sides of the triangles match up exactly, then they must have the same size and shape, so they are congruent. D 500

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How many vertices does a pentagon have? A.3 vertices B. 4 vertices C. 5 vertices D. 6 vertices E 100

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C. 5 vertices E 100

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What is the name of this polygon? A. pentagon B. hexagon C. octagon D. triangle E 200

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C. octagon E 200

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Brent drew a line dividing this figure into two figures. E 300 Which describes the two figures that Brent formed? A. trianglesB. Hexagons C. quadrilateralsD. pentagons

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A. triangles E 300

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Which point is located at (2,5)? E 400 A. point GB. point I C. point KD. point L

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B. point I E 400

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Which two three-dimensional figures have the same number of faces, edges and vertices? A. cube and rectangular prism B. triangular prism and rectangular prism C. triangular pyramid and rectangular pyramid D. cube and triangular prism E 500

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A. cube and rectangular prism E 500

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

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John is going to draw a rectangle on a coordinate grid. He has plotted three points so far. Click on screen to continue What are the ordered pairs for each point that John plotted? A.___________ B. ____________ C. __________ Where should John plot D to complete the rectangle?

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A.2, 5 B. 4, 5 C. 4, 2 2, 1 Click on screen to continue

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