4.G.2.TESTC Classify two-dimensional figures
 Name:    4.G.2.TESTC Classify two-dimensional figures

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

1.

Which statement about these two figures is true? a. Both the octagon and the triangle have angles that measure greater than 90 degrees. c. Both the octagon and the triangle are equilateral (all side are equal). b. Neither the octagon nor the triangle have pairs of parallel sides. d. Neither the octagon nor the triangle were constructed using any right angles.

2. Which statement about the robot is true?
 a. Two right triangles were used to construct the robot. c. The robot is not symmetrical. b. Triangles were used to construct the robot's feet. d. None of the figures used to construct the robot have parallel lines.

3. Which statement about the two figures is true?
 a. Both the pentagon and the hexagon have parallel opposite sides. c. All the angles in the pentagon and the hexagon are less than right angles (90 angles). b. Neither the pentagon nor the hexagon were constructed using any right angles (90 degree angles). d. Neither the pentagon nor the hexagon are closed figures.

Multiple Response
Identify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.

4. Which statements about the tangram boat is true?
 a. No parallel lines are visible in this tangram boat c. The three triangles used to construct the boat's hull form a rectangle. b. The bottom of the boat's sails and the boat's hull (body of the boat) are parallel to one another. d. Four right triangles can be identified in the boat's sails.

5. Which two statements about these two solid figures (three dimensional figures) is true?
 a. Both the cube and the cone were constructed using angles. c. The cone has one flat face (surface), the cube has six flat faces (surface). b. Both the cube and the cone were constructed using angles that are greater than 90 degrees (right angles). d. Both the cube and the cone were constructed using parallel lines.

6. Which statement about these two figures is true?
 a. The opposite sides of the hexagon and the quadrilateral are parallel. c. The hexagon has twice as many sides as the quadrilateral. b. Both the hexagon and quadrilateral were constructed using right angles (90 degree angles). d. Neither the hexagon nor the quadrilateral have opposite sides that are parallel.

7. Which statement about these three figures is true?
 a. None of the figures have pairs of parallel sides. c. The circle, triangle, and square are all closed figures b. All of the figures have angles. d. None of the figures are symmetrical.

8. Which statement about these two figures is true?
 a. Neither triangle is symmetrical. c. Both triangles have one right angle (90 degrees). b. All angles in these two triangles are smaller than right angles (90 degrees), d. Both triangles are equilateral (all sides are equal).

9. Which statement about these two figures is true?
 a. Both the square and the parallelogram are constructed using 90 degree angles (right angles). c. Both the square and the parallelogram are quadrilaterals. b. Both the square and the parallelogram have only one pair of parallel sides. d. Neither the square nor the parallelogram are symmetrical.

10. Which statement about these two figures is true?
 a. Both the hexagon and the square have opposite sides that are parallel. c. Both the hexagon and the square are constructed with angles that are less than right angles (90 degree angles). b. Only the square has opposite sides that are parallel. d. Both the hexagon and the square are constructed with right angles (90 degree angles).