If you are a student out there who wants to test your knowledge as you practice reasoning about triangle and quadrilateral properties then take a shot at this quiz. It will not only test your knowledge but also boost your understanding
Questions and Answers
1.
How many countereaxamples do you need to disprove a conjecture about a geometric relationship?
A.
0
B.
1
C.
2
D.
3
2.
Amy drew the diagram below and made a conjecture. "Midsegments in a triangle _____ form(s) 4 equal triangles. Which word completes Amy's conjecture?
A.
Always
B.
Sometimes
C.
Never
D.
Cannot
3.
The midsegments of a quadrilateral always form a
A.
Square
B.
Rectangle
C.
Rhombus
D.
Parallelogram
4.
Which conjecture is correct?
A.
The diagonals of a trapezoid always intersect to form two pairs of equal line segments
B.
The diagonals of a quadrilateral always form angles that are supplementary when adjacent
C.
The diagonals of a rhombus are always equal and bisect each other
D.
The diagonals of a parallelogram always form angles that are 90 degrees
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