Math Grade 4 Quiz Geometric Figures and Terms – 4.G.A.1
This standard requires students to be able to draw and identify basic geometric figures, including points, lines, line segments, rays, and various types of angles (right, acute, obtuse), as well as understand and identify perpendicular and parallel lines in twodimensional figures. This foundational skill is crucial for geometric reasoning, understanding the properties of shapes, and spatial awareness.
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Which of the following is described as having definite end points?
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2. Question
What type of angle is less than 90 degrees?
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Two lines that will never meet, no matter how long they are extended, are called:
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What do we call a flat surface that extends infinitely in all directions?
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What type of lines intersect at a right angle?
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How many points are needed to define a line?
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What is it called when two rays have the same endpoint and go in different directions?
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In a twodimensional figure, a point is:
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9. Question
What type of angle measures exactly 90 degrees?
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Which figure is formed by a line that is bent?
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