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Study the picture of “Mr. Circle the Clown.” Given the following lengths, what would be the length of segment CE? Segment GI = 10 millimeters Segment DG = 30 millimeters
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80 millimeters
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This figure is most often called ____________.
a trapezoid
a parallelogram
a rectangle
a rhombus
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A foursided figure measures four feet on one length, five feet on the opposite length, and three feet on each connecting length. This figure could be a _____.
rectangle
square
rectangular solid
trapezoid
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Cris’s family took a trip to visit the new local gardens. While there they saw an unusual circular design created from different stones found around the state. The drawing shown illustrates the design. There are 3 feet between each ring of stones. What is the diameter of the entire circular design?
15 feet
21 feet
27 feet
30 feet
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What word describes line segment BE?
Chord
Diameter
Radius
Perpendicular
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Which region represents 25% of the circle?
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b
c
d
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Which quadrilateral matches the following definition? “Only one pair of parallel sides.”
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Only quadrilaterals are allowed to join Club Quadrilateral. Which figure can NOT join Club Quadrilateral?
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Look at the figure. Which of the following shows the figure reflected across the dotted line?
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What is the perimeter of the rectangle below?
6 in.
8 in.
10 in.
12 in.
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