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2 d shape

  1. 1. Unit 6 Section 1 : Common 2-D and 3-Dshapes
  2. 2. You have already met many 2-D shapes; here are some with which you should already befamiliar:
  3. 3. NOTE: It is important to note that a square is a special case of a rectangle.It has all the same features as a rectangle (four 90° angles) and it doesnt matter that the sides areequal.In fact, both squares and rectangles are special cases of parallelograms, because they both havetwopairs of parallel sides. This can be continued to include trapeziums and so on...ExercisesWork out the answers to the questions below and fill in the boxes. Click on the button tofind out whether you have answered correctly. If you are right then will appear andyou should move on to the next question. If appears then your answer is wrong.Click on to clear your original answer and have another go. If you cant work out theright answer then click on to see the answer.Question 1Look at the names of the 4-sided 2-D shapes listed below: Square Rectangle Rhombus Trapezium Parallelogram KiteTick the shapes in the list which always have all angles the same size.Question 2A six-sided 2-D shape has all the sides the same length and all angles the same size.What is the full name of the shape?Question 3A particular 2-D shape always has 4 sides of equal length.(a) Is it possible that the shape is not a square?(b) If Yes, what shape could it be? (remember it always has 4 equal sides)Question 4A particular 2-D shape always has 4 equal angles.(a) Is it possible that the shape is not a square?
  4. 4. (b) If Yes, what shape could it be? (remember it always has 4 equal angles)Question 5Look at the names of the 4-sided 2-D shapes listed below: Square Rectangle Rhombus Trapezium Parallelogram KiteTick the shapes in the list which always have 2 or more sides of equal length.Question 6Look at the names of the 4-sided 2-D shapes listed below: Square Rectangle Rhombus Trapezium Parallelogram KiteTick the shapes in the list which always have diagonals which cross at right-angles.Question 7A 3-D shape has four triangular faces and one square face.What is the name of the 3-D shape?Question 8Cubes and cuboids are examples of 3-D shapes.Is a cube always a cuboid? You have now completed Unit 6 Section 1 Your overall score for this section is Correct Answers You answered questions correctly out of the questions in this section. Incorrect Answers
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