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This quiz is to check the knowledge of the TIS 4th grade students in coordinate geometry.
Questions and Answers
1.
What are the coordinates of Point A? (for example, (3, -2))
Explanation The coordinates of Point A are (-2, 2). The answer is given as (-2, 2),(-2,2), which means that Point A has the same coordinates regardless of the order in which they are written. The x-coordinate is -2, and the y-coordinate is 2.
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2.
What are the coordinates of Point B?
Explanation The coordinates of Point B are (-4, 1). Both sets of coordinates given in the answer choice are the same, indicating that the x-coordinate is -4 and the y-coordinate is 1.
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3.
What are the coordinates of Point C?
Explanation The coordinates of Point C are (-6, 0). This means that the x-coordinate of Point C is -6 and the y-coordinate is 0. The repetition of the coordinates (-6, 0) and (-6,0) in the answer options indicates that both options represent the same point.
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4.
What are the coordinates of Point D?
Explanation The given answer is (-2, -1), (-2, -1). This means that the coordinates of Point D are (-2, -1).
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5.
What are the coordinates of Point E?
Explanation The coordinates of Point E are (-4, -3).
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6.
What are the coordinates of Point F?
Explanation The coordinates of Point F are (0, -2).
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7.
What are the coordinates of Point G?
Explanation The given answer states that the coordinates of Point G are (3, -4) and (3, -4). This means that the x-coordinate of Point G is 3, and the y-coordinate is -4. The repetition of the coordinates suggests that Point G is located at the same position, with both the x and y values being 3 and -4 respectively.
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8.
What is the angle measure of a rectangle?
Explanation A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles. The measure of a right angle is 90 degrees. Therefore, the angle measure of a rectangle is 90 degrees.
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9.
What are the coordinates of Point I?
Explanation The coordinates of Point I are (4, 1) or (4,1).
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10.
What is the shortest grid distance between point A and C?
Explanation Grid distance is defined by counting the number of intersections you pass through from one point to the other.
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11.
What is the shortest grid distance between point G and B?
Explanation Grid distance is defined by counting the number of intersections you pass through from one point to the other.
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12.
What is the shortest grid distance between point I and H?
Explanation Grid distance is defined by counting the number of intersections you pass through from one point to the other.
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13.
What is a property of a rectangle (check all that apply)
A.
180 degree angles
B.
80 degree angles
C.
90 degree angles
D.
One set of parallel sides
E.
Two sets of parallel sides
F.
No parallel sides
G.
Closed quadrilateral
H.
Can be open on one side
I.
Curved lines
J.
Can be a square but does not have to be
Correct Answer(s)
C. 90 degree angles E. Two sets of parallel sides G. Closed quadrilateral J. Can be a square but does not have to be
Explanation A rectangle has 90 degree angles because all of its interior angles are right angles. It also has two sets of parallel sides, meaning that opposite sides are parallel to each other. It is a closed quadrilateral because it has four sides that form a closed shape. A rectangle can be a square but does not have to be, as a square is a special type of rectangle where all sides are equal in length.
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