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- 1. Geometry Quiz Show!
- 2. Pick a Category! Solid and Plane Figures Lines Types of Lines Parts of a Circle Angles Congruent & Similar Symmetry Slides Flips & Turns 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 44 1
- 3. Solid and plane figures for 1 point. What part of this rectangular prism is in red? face vertex edge
- 4. That is…….
- 5. That is…….
- 6. Solid and plane figures for 2 points. What part of this cube is in red? face vertex edge
- 7. Solid and plane figures for 3 points. The three lines on this prism join together in the circle to form a ___________ face vertex edge
- 8. Solid and plane figures for 4 points. octagon cylinder triangle cube square pentagon cone hexagon sphere Name the solid and plane figures on the left starting with number 1 and ending with number 9. They have to be named in order. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
- 9. Lines for 1 point. A B C Which of the three choices below is a line? A B C
- 10. Lines for 2 points. What is the red arrow pointing to on the line below? ray point segment
- 11. Lines for 3 points. Choose the picture that the definition best describes. Then tell what the picture is. Definition: A ___________ is straight. It is the part of the line between two points, called endpoints.
- 12. Lines for 4 points. The figure below is made up of lines, line segments, and rays. Answer the questions to the right of the figure. How many rays do you see? How many line segments do you see? How many lines do you see? 1 2 1
- 13. Types of lines for 1 point. Which of the three choices below are parallel lines? A B C
- 14. Perpendicular lines intersect to create a 90° angle. If the lines continued on what set of lines would be perpendicular? Types of lines for 2 points. A B C
- 15. intersecting only A
- 16. perpendicular! B 90°
- 17. intersecting only C
- 18. Types of lines for 3 points. What types of lines are the yellow and white solid lines on this highway? parallel intersecting perpendicular
- 19. Types of lines for 4 points. The two roads cross each other. If we think of the roads as lines what type of lines would they be? parallel intersecting perpendicular
- 20. 90° right angle Perpendicular!
- 21. Parts of a circle for 1 point. What part of the circle below is red? circumference diameter center radius
- 22. Parts of a circle for 2 points. What part of the circle below is red? circumference diameter center radius
- 23. Parts of a circle for 3 points. What part of a circle is half of the diameter? circumference diameter center radius
- 24. Parts of a circle for 4 points. Name the parts of the circle by their color. You must name them in this order; red, blue, white, and green. Red Blue White Green Circumference Circumference Center Center Radius Radius Diameter Diameter
- 25. Angles for 1 point. Name the type of angle formed by the rays below. Right 90 degrees Acute less that 90 degrees Obtuse more than 90 degrees
- 26. Angles for 2 points. Name the type of angle formed by the rays below. Right 90 degrees Acute less than 90 degrees Obtuse more than 90 degrees
- 27. Angles for 3 points. This skyscraper has several angles. What type of angle is formed where the circle is? Right 90 degrees Acute less than 90 degrees Obtuse more than 90 degrees
- 28. Angles for 4 points. Name the circled angles by the color of the circle. You must name them in this order; red, blue, and green. Red Blue Green Acute Obtuse Right 90 degrees less than 90 degrees more than 90 degrees
- 29. Congruent and similar for 1 point. Fill in the blank If figures are the same size and same shape they considered________________. Similar Congruent
- 30. Congruent and similar for 2 points. What two figures below are similar? Cylinders Cubes Smiley Faces
- 31. Congruent and similar for 3 points. Below are two rectangular prisms that are congruent. What would we have to change to make them similar? The size of one of them.
- 32. Congruent and similar for 4 points. Why are these two pentagons not congruent? They are the same shape but not the same size.
- 33. Tell if the figure below has been flipped, turned, or slid. Slide Flip Turn Symmetry, slides, turns, and flips for 1 point
- 34. How many times can we turn the rectangle before it looks exactly it did when we started? 1 2 Symmetry, slides, flips & turns for 2 points.
- 35. What figure below is showing a line of symmetry? A B C Symmetry, slides, flips & turns for 3 points.
- 36. How many lines of symmetry does the figure below have? 1 2 3 4 Symmetry, slides, flips & turns for 4 points.

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