 # Geometry Jeopardy Start Final Jeopardy Question Lines and Polygons Angles and More Naming Polygons TrianglesCircles Quadri- laterals 10 20 30 40 50.

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Geometry Jeopardy Start

Final Jeopardy Question Lines and Polygons Angles and More Naming Polygons TrianglesCircles Quadri- laterals 10 20 30 40 50

10 Point Question Lines that meet at one point What are intersecting lines? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question Lines on the same plane that remain the same distance apart What are parallel lines? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question Lines that form right angles What are perpendicular lines? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question A closed figure made up of three or more line segments What is a polygon? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question A polygon in which all sides and all angles are equal What is a regular polygon? Back to the Game Board

10 Point Question An angle of 90 degrees What is a right angle? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question An angle greater than 90 and less than 180 degrees What is an obtuse angle? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question An angle of less than 90 degrees What is an acute angle? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question An angle of 180 degrees that forms a straight line What is a straight angle? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question A polygon with four sides and four angles Back to the Game Board What is a quadrilateral?

10 Point Question A polygon with six sides and six angles What is a hexagon? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question A polygon with five sides and five angles What is a pentagon? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question A polygon with nine sides and nine angles What is a nonagon? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question A polygon with eight sides and eight angles What is an octagon? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question A polygon with ten sides and ten angles What is a decagon? Back to the Game Board

10 Point Question A polygon with three sides and three angles What is a triangle? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question A triangle with one right angle What is a right triangle? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question A triangle with two equal sides and angles What is an isosceles triangle? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question A triangle with three equal sides and angles What is an equilateral triangle? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question A triangle with no sides or angles the same What is a scalene triangle? Back to the Game Board

10 Point Question A closed curve with all points equidistant from the center What is a circle? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question A line segment with one end on the circle and the other on the center of the circle; half of a diameter What is a radius? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question A line segment with its endpoints on a circle What is a chord? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question A chord which goes through the center of a circle What is a diameter? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question The distance around a circle What is circumference? Back to the Game Board

10 Point Question A quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel and equal What is a parallelogram? Back to the Game Board

20 Point Question A parallelogram with four right angles What is a rectangle? Back to the Game Board

30 Point Question A rectangle with all sides the same length What is a square? Back to the Game Board

40 Point Question A quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides What is a trapezoid? Back to the Game Board

50 Point Question A parallelogram with all sides the same length What is a rhombus? Back to the Game Board

The mathematics of points, lines, curves, and surfaces What is geometry?

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