# Quiz Over Properties Of Parallelograms

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 1298  Settings  Quiz over properties of parallelograms

• 1.
Which statement is true:
• A.

• B.

• C.

All rectangles are squares

• D.

• 2.
Identify the quadrilateral which has one pair of parallel sides.
• A.

Kite

• B.

Trapezoid

• C.

Rectangle

• D.

Rhombus

• 3.
If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its consecutive angles are    ?
• A.

Complementary

• B.

Congruent

• C.

Supplementary

• D.

Equal

• 4.
Which of these descriptions would NOT guarantee that the figure was a square?
• A.

A parallelogram with perpendicular diagonals

• B.

A quadrilateral with all right angles and all sides congruent

• C.

Both a rectangle and a rhombus

• D.

A quadrilateral with all sides and all angles congruent

• 5.
Which of these descriptions would NOT guarantee that a figure was a parallelogram?
• A.

A quadrilateral with consecutive angles supplementary

• B.

A quadrilateral with the diagonals bisecting each other

• C.

A quadrilateral with two opposite sides congruent

• D.

A quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides both parallel and congruent

• 6.
Isosceles trapezoid ABCD has legs AB and CD and base BC.  If AB = 3y - 9, BC =8y - 2 and CD = 7y - 10, find the value of y.
• 7.
Parallelogram JKLM (pt O is diagonal intersection), angle KLO = 80, angle MLO = 40, find the measure of angle KJM
• 8.
The four properties of the diagonals of squares are
• A.

Congruent to each other, congruent to the sides, bisect both sets of angles, bisect each other

• B.

Bisect each other, bisect one set of angles, are congruent to each other, are perpendicular to each other

• C.

Are congruent to each other, bisect both sets of angles, are perpendicular to each other, are twice the length of the sides

• D.

Are perpendicular to each other, bisect each other, bisect both sets of angles, are congruent to each other

• 9.
Rhombus MATH, angle HMA = 100, find the measures of angles MTH and MAT
• 10.
LMNP is a rectangle.  Find the value of x and the length of each diagonal.LN = 5x - 8 and MP = 2x + 1 Back to top