# Convex & Concave Quadrilaterals: Definition, Properties & Examples

Instructions:

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### Which one of these classifications does a square not fall into?

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### 2. Which classification of quadrilaterals has four congruent sides, opposite angles that are congruent, 2 sets of parallel sides, and diagonals that intersect at right angles?

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## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To pass the quiz, you'll need to:

• Identify a shape classification that a square doesn't fall into
• Recognize characteristics of a rectangle
• Consider a shape's side, angles and characteristics to tell what kind of quadrilateral it is
• Evaluate the interior angles of a quadrilateral and determine its classification
• Find the area of a trapezoid

## Skills Practiced

You'll apply several skills, including:

• Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve geometry problems that involve information about a shape's sides, diagonals and angles
• Information recall - access knowledge you've gained regarding different quadrilateral classifications
• Reading comprehension - be sure to draw the most important information from the related lesson on convex and concave quadrilaterals