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Tim was asked to draw a rhombus on the chalkboard. Tim drew a square. Sue told Tim that he didn’t draw a rhombus. Tim responded, “A square is a rhombus.” Which statement supports Tim’s reasoning that a square is a rhombus? A.A rhombus must have at least four sides. B.A rhombus must have one pair of parallel sides. C.A rhombus must have right angles. D.A rhombus must have four congruent sides. A 100

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D. A rhombus must have four congruent sides. A 100

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Nadia draws a triangle with a right angle and at least two congruent sides. She claims that her triangle is equilateral. Why is Nadia’s triangle not equilateral? A.Equilateral triangles have 60º angles. B.Equilateral triangles have no congruent sides. C.Equilateral triangles have two 90º angles. D.Equilateral triangles have 60-inch sides. A 200

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A. Equilateral triangles have 60º angles. A 200

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Which statement is a characteristics of all parallelograms? A.Adjacent sides are congruent. B.Adjacent sides are perpendicular. C.Opposite angles are congruent. D.Opposite angles are supplementary. A 300

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C. Opposite angles are congruent. A 300

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Dan created a map of the state of Ohio using a scale factor of 2 centimeters: 25 miles. The actual distance from Cleveland to Columbus is 142 miles. About how far apart are Cleveland and Columbus on Dan’s map? A.5.70 cm B cm C cm D.1, cm A 400

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Jason made a model stop sign for his model train set. An actual stop sign measures 12 inches on each side. Jason’s model stop sign measures 1/2 inch on each side. What is the scale of the model sign to the actual sign? A.1:2 B.1:6 C.1:12 D.1:24 B 200

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D. 9 in. B 300

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C. Only the square, rectangle and rhombus C 200

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In class, Darrell sits directly behind Terry, 6 feet away, and directly to the left of Marc, 4 feet away. What is the approximate distance, in feet, between Terry and Marc? A.7 B.10 C.24 D.52 C 300

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A. 7 C 300

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D. 6 feet C 400

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B. 34 feet D 100

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D. 105º D 200

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A. 20 feet D 300

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A cone with a height of 7 inches and a base with a diameter of 3 inches is standing on its base. A cylinder with a height of 7 inches and a base with a diameter of 3 inches is also standing on its base next to the cone. Draw a sketch of the cone and the cylinder. Label the dimensions. Describe how the cone and the cylinder will look when each object is viewed from the top. Draw and label sketches of this top-view perspective. Now describe how the cone and the cylinder will look when each object is viewed from the front. Draw and label sketches of this front-view perspective. D 500

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

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Final Jeopardy Question Click on screen to continue

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Correct Final Jeopardy Response Click on screen to continue

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