# End Of Topic Quiz About Area Of Rectangles And Squares

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From the power point lesson you just completed on Area,you are required to answer the following questions to test what you have learned. you have20 minutes to answer 10 questions (2 minutes per question). Explanations are attached it will come up after youhave submitted each answer so be sure to check to see why you got it wrog. The timer stops after submitting each question so you can take the time to view each explanation. for the fill in hte blank section use commas after each answer. All the best!

• 1.

### What do we mean when we talk about Area?

• A.

The amount of surface/space that is covered

• B.

The type of object it is

• C.

The space around an object

• D.

How many sides an object has

A. The amount of surface/space that is covered
Explanation
remember in the you tube video when we were calculating area of rectangle the space shaded red was what we were finding- that was the amount of space that was covered

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• 2.

### How do we find the Area of an object?

• A.

Using a ruler

• B.

Guessing

• C.

Length x width

• D.

1/2 base x height

C. Length x width
Explanation
area is found by: LxW, SxS or BxH since the others are not there the answer is L x W

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• 3.

### What is a Rectangle?

• A.

Like a toothpase box

• B.

Anything with four sides

• C.

• D.

A quadrilateral with opposit sides that are equal& measures 90

D. A quadrilateral with opposit sides that are equal& measures 90
Explanation
while all the other responses could be a part of the answer they are all incomplete, the last response is the most accurate and complete

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• 4.

### A square has ______________ sides that are equal.

four
4
Explanation
in our definition we said that a square is a quadrilateral- in the last class we said that quadrilaterals are FOUR sided figures

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• 5.

### One difference between a square & a Rectangle is that a square must have all ________    sides ____________ while a rectangle must have at least ________ sides __________ .

four, equal, two ,that are equal
four, equal , two ,equal
4 equal, 2 equal
Explanation
A square must have all four sides that are equal, while a rectangle must have at least two sides that are equal.

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• 6.

### One similarity between a rectangle and a square is that they both sides that measure ______ degrees

90
ninety
Explanation
Both a rectangle and a square have sides that measure 90 degrees. This means that all angles in both shapes are right angles. "90" and "ninety" are two different ways to express the same value, which is the measure of the angles in both shapes.

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• 7.

### Quart is the unit of measurement used in area?

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
the unit of measurement used in area is squared example: CM2

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• 8.

### We can find the area of a SQUARE if we have only one of its sides?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
yes we can, since all four sides must be the same for it to be a square it means that me can multiply one of its sides by two. that is the reason for the formula - SxS or S2

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• 9.

### If a rectangle has : length= 12cm, Width = 4cm then its area is?

• A.

16cm2

• B.

48cm2

• C.

48cm

B. 48cm2
Explanation
The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying its length and width. In this case, the length is 12cm and the width is 4cm. By multiplying these two values, we get 48cm2, which is the correct answer.

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• 10.

### Find the area of a square with one of its sides measuring 6m

• A.

6m2

• B.

36m2

• C.

0m

B. 36m2
Explanation
The area of a square is calculated by multiplying the length of one of its sides by itself. In this case, the side of the square measures 6m. So, the area would be 6m multiplied by 6m, which equals 36m2.

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