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Geometry Quizzes & Trivia

We’ll take a trip to the past this time and meet some of your old friends from high-school: Euclid, Pythagoras, Thales and a few other ones. This here is a trivia which can take a number of different shapes and sizes. It has a certain volume and spans a considerable area. One small mistake in calculation and the final result is wrong. Choose your position carefully, calculate all the angles and respond to all the questions in our geometry trivia.

What does Pythagoras’ theorem state regarding the cathetus (leg) opposed to the 30 degree angle? What formula is used to calculate the area of a triangle? What formula is used to calculate the volume of a cube? More questions are available in our geometry trivia. Take it now and follow in the footsteps of history’s greatest mathematicians.

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Geometry Terms (grade 5)

Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 2680   |  Last updated: Jun 13, 2018
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    What type of geometric drawing is shown below?

This is a basic maths quiz for 9th-grade students covering the concepts of geometry. You have to solve the word problems using the mind rather than the calculator. There is a list of 10 basic questions. Read it carefully and take...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 14300   |  Last updated: Sep 7, 2020
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    How many sides does the triangle have?

Below is a geometry trivia quiz made of segment questions! There are a lot of people who get confused when it comes to segments and the quiz below is designed to help them with the basics but also help them solve problems...

Questions: 39  |  Attempts: 2051   |  Last updated: Aug 31, 2020
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      a) faces _______________                                                                                    b) bases ____________                                                                                     c)  edges _____________                                                                                    d)  vertices ______________

The trivia test quiz below is made up of some general geometry questions! Different shapes have different angles, and when you know how the angles are elated, you might actually know different shapes. How about you test out your...

Questions: 9  |  Attempts: 3499   |  Last updated: Jul 8, 2020
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    Two triangles with equal sides are considered _____________.

Hybridization is the mixing of atomic orbitals into new hybrid orbitals, suitable for the pairing of electrons. Molecular Geometry highly uses this concept. The quiz below is on the subject. May seem hard, but try it out.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1156   |  Last updated: Jan 11, 2018
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    For a molecule with the formula AB the molecular shape is _________.
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