3A100Question: What is the name of afive sided polygon?Answer: A pentagon is a five sided polygon.
4A200Question: How many sidesdoes an octagon have?Answer: An octagon has eight sides.
5A300Question: What is the fewest number ofsides needed to make a polygon?Answer: Three sides are neededto make a polygon.(That polygon is called a triangle!)
6A400Question: What is a quadrilateral thathas two parallel bases called?Answer: A trapezoid is a quadrilateralthat has two parallel bases.
7A500Question: How many sides and how manyangles does an decagon have?Answer: A decagon has 10 sidesand it also has 10 angles.
8A600Question: What is the greatest number ofobtuse angles that a quadrilateral can have?Answer: A quadrilateral can have nomore than two obtuse angles.
9A700Question: Which type of quadrilateral is anequiangular quadrilateral, but isnot an equilateral quadrilateral?Answer: A rectangle is equiangular,but not equilateral.
10A800Question:You know what a polygon is!Now, define regular polygon.Answer:A regular polygon is a polygon thathas all congruent sides and allcongruent angles.
11A900Question: Which type of quadrilateral isequilateral but not equiangular?Answer: A rhombus has all sides congruent,but its angles are not.
12A1000Question: Name all the quadrilateralsthat have four congruent sides.Answer: A square and a rhombus are thequadrilaterals that have fourcongruent sides.
13B100Question: What is the perimeter of a trianglethat has sides measuring 4 cm, 5cm,and 8 cm ?Answer:The perimeter of a trianglethat has sides measuring 4 cm, 5cm,and 8 cm is 17 centimeters.
14B200Question: What is the perimeter of arectangle that is 8 centimeterslong and 3 centimeters wide?Answer: The perimeter of a rectangle that is8 centimeters long and 3 centimeterswide is 22 centimeters.
15B300Question: What is the perimeter of aregular octagon that has a side thatmeasures 8 centimeters?Answer: A regular octagon has eightcongruent sides. Its perimeterwould be 64 centimeters.
16B400Question: Describe a method of finding theperimeter of a square if you knowthe area of the same square.Answer: Calculate the square root of thearea to find the length of a sideof the square. Multiply thatlength by four to find the perimeter!
17B500Question: If the length of a rectanglemeasures twice the width, and theperimeter is 72 feet, find thedimensions of the rectangle.Answer: The length of the rectangle is 24feet and the width is 12 feet.(Check: = 72)
18B600Question: The perimeter of an equilateraltriangle is 27 centimeters. Find themeasure of each of its sides.Answer: Each side of the trianglemeasures 9 centimeters.
19B700Question: The base of an isosceles trianglemeasures 6 inches. If the measureof each of the congruent sides istwice the measure of the base, findthe perimeter of the triangle.Answer: The perimeter of the triangle isor 30 inches.
20B800Question: The area of a square is36 square inches. Find theperimeter of the square.Answer: The perimeter of the squareis 4 times 6 or 24 inches.
21B900Question: A rectangle measures 9 feetby 12 feet. How many yardsare in the perimeter of therectangle?Answer: The perimeter isor 14 yards.
22B1000Question: An isoceles trapezoid has bases thatmeasure 10 inches and 15 inches. Aside of the trapezoid measures 8inches. Find the perimeter.Answer: The perimeter of thetrapezoid isor 41 inches.
23C100Question: Calculate the area of anisosceles right triangle that haslegs measuring 8 centimeters.Answer: The area is 32 square centimeters.
24C200Question: The area of a trapezoid is 24 squareyards. The measures of the basesare 3 yards and 9 yards.Find the measure of the altitude.Answer: The altitude measures 4 yards.
25C300Question: A baseball diamond is a squaremeasuring 90 feet on each side.What is the area of the infield(inside the diamond)?Answer: The area is 90 times 90 or8100 square feet.
26C400Question: How many 1” by 1” squares will fitinto a rectangle that measures4” by 12” ?Answer: 48 squares will fit into the rectangle.
27C500Question: What is the area of a trapezoid thathas a height of 12 centimeters andbases of 2 meters and 30 centimeters?Answer: (Notice that one of the bases ismeasured in meters!!!) The area of thetrapezoid is 780 square centimeters.
28C600Question: Linoleum costs $7 a square yard.Calculate the cost to cover a9 foot by 15 foot kitchen floor.Answer: The kitchen floor is 15 squareyards. It would cost $105 tocover the kitchen floor.
29C700Question: The area of a right triangle is84 square inches. If one legmeasures 14 inches, find themeasure of the other leg.Answer: The other leg of the trianglemeasures 12 inches.
30C800Question: The area of a small square is 49square meters. A larger square hassides that are twice as long. Whatis the measure of one side of thelarger square?Answer: (The sides of the smaller squaremeasure 7 meters.)The sides of the largersquare must measure14 meters!
31C900Question: Find the area of a rectangle thathas a perimeter of 34 inches anda base of 15 inches.Answer: The area of the rectangle is2 times 15 or 30 square inches.
32C1000Question: The dimensions of a rectangleare 9 ft. by 12 ft. Find thenumber of sq. yds. in the areaof the rectangle.Answer: The rectangle has an areaof 12 square yards.
33D100Question: Find the volume of a cube thatmeasures 6 centimeters on a side.Answer: The volume of the cubeis 216 cubic centimeters.
34D200Question: Find the volume of a rectangularprism that has a base area of 54square inches and a height of 8 inches.Answer: The volume is 54 times 8which equals 432 cubic inches.
35D300Question: Find the volume of a cylinder whosebase has a radius of 5 inches, andwhose height measures 3 inches.(Use = 3.14)Answer: The volume of the cylinderis cubic inches.
36D400Question: Find the volume of a rectangularprism that has a lenth of 8.5 cm, awidth of 4.2 cm, and a height of 6 cm.Answer: The volume of the prism is214.2 cubic centimeters.
37D500Question: If one cubic centimeter of aliquid weighs 2 grams, how muchdoes one cubic meter of the sameliquid weigh?Answer: A cubic meter is equal to 1000cubic centimeters. The liquid wouldweigh 2000 grams or 2 kilograms.
38D600Question: Find the volume of a pyramid that is4 inches high, and has a rectangular basethat is 6 inches long and 3.5 inches wide.Answer: The volume is equal to 28 cubic inches.
39D700Question: The largest pyramid in the world wasbuilt around 2500 B.C. by Khufu, or Cheops,a king of ancient Egypt. The pyramid had asquare base, 230 meters on each side, anda height of 147 meters. Find the volume ofCheop’s pyramid.Answer: Cheop’s pyramid had a volume of2,592,100 cubic meters.
40D800Question: What is the exact volume of acylinder that has a 21 inch radiusand a height of 10 inches?Answer: The volume is equal to 4410.
41D900Question: A cone has a base that is 14 incheswide. The height of the cone is 6 inches.Find the exact volume of the cone.Answer: The volume is equal to 98.
42D1000Question: Find the exact volume of a spherethat has a radius of 30 cm.Answer: The volume is equal to 36,000.