Quadrilaterals in Quadrilaterals

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How many sides does a quadrilateral have?

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1. If a quadrilateral has two pairs of opposite parallel sides, all of its sides are equal in length, and its opposite angles are equal in measure, which of the following types of quadrilaterals could it be classified as?

2. How do we create quadrilaterals in quadrilaterals?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The concept of quadrilaterals contained within quadrilaterals is what you are tested on during this quiz and worksheet combo. Questions ask about the number of sides in a quadrilateral and the characteristics of a given isosceles trapezoid.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Check your understanding of the material with quiz questions on these topics:

  • Different terms for a quadrilateral with a given set of characteristics
  • Drawing a line segment to create a new quadrilateral
  • Characteristics of an isosceles trapezoid

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about trapezoids
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can name a quadrilateral based on a description
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about how to create quadrilaterals within quadrilaterals

Additional Learning

For more on the subject, take a look at the lesson titled Quadrilaterals in Quadrilaterals. With this open, you can check out the other topics listed here:

  • Vertices
  • Other types of quadrilaterals
  • The distance formula
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